42 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement [i] (2016)

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      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON
CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT


  VOLUME 42                  WINTER 2016                     ISSUE 1



                             CONTENTS

                             ARTICLES

MORE ON DIGNITY IN EIGHTH AMENDMENT CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT CLAIMS
G eorg e  B ach  ........................................................................................... I

HOW THE SHACKLES OF INDIVIDUAL ETHICS PREVENT STRUCTURAL REFORM IN THE
AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
John H . B lum e ............................................................................................  23


                             INTERVIEWS

THE INTERSECTION OF RACIAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN MASSACHUSETTS:
INTERVIEW W ITH  RAHSAAN  HALL ................................................................... 39

THE INTERSECTION OF FORENSIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN
MASSACHUSETTS: INTERVIEW    WITH  DAVID  SIEGEL ....................................................... 51


                               NOTES

PRESUMED GUILTY: AN EXAMINATION OF THE MEDIA'S PREJUDICIAL EFFECT ON THE
BOSTON MARATHON BOMBING TRIAL
A na  P . M oretto  ........................................................................................ 65

TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES: PROTECTING PRIVACY RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL AGE
E dw ard  P .  Sisk  ........................................................................................  10 1

THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO DELETION: THE LATEST BATTLE IN THE WAR OF
TECHNOLOGY V. PRIVACY
K elsey  Joy  Sm ith  ......................................................................................  12 1

                           CASE COMMENT

THE UNTRUSTWORTHY CHEMIST: THE TROUBLE WITH EXPERT WITNESSES AND DNA
EVIDENCE IN MASSACHUSETTS
A isling  E . Steele .........................................................................................  14 3

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