35 S.U. L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

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ARTICLES
THE TRANSMOGRIFICATION OF SELF-DEFENSE BY
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION-INSPIRED STATUTES:
FROM THE DOCTRINE OF RETREAT TO THE RIGHT
TO STAND YOUR GROUND ............................... P Luevonda Ross
INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS:
A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK FOR DEMOCRACY
DEFINING CASES ............................................. Walter M. Frank  47
TEXTUAL LIMITS ON THE RESIDUAL EXCEPTION
TO THE HEARSAY RULE: THE NEAR MISS
DEBATE AND BEYOND .................................... Elizabeth DeCoux  99
A FAILURE TO PROTECT: AFTER 13 YEARS
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
NEVER MATERIALIZES ................................... Melissa O'Connor  119
MARTIAL LAW AFTER THE STORM:
A CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF
MARTIAL LAW AND THE AFTERMATH
OF HURRICANE KATRINA ............................... Matthew S. Belser 147
COMMENTS
EXAMINING LOUISIANA'S PREVENTION OF
TERRORISM ON THE HIGHWAYS ACT ................ John K Blake, Jr. 223
THE ADMISSIBILITY OF LAB REPORTS AS
PRIMA FACIE PROOF: DISPENSING
WITH CONFRONTATION ON ASSUMPTIONS
OF RELIABILITY ..................................................... Jennifer Hart  267
WAL-MART ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK, OR
LEGITIMATE RESPONSE TO THE AMERICAN
HEALTH CARE CRISIS? MARYLAND'S MISGUIDED
EFFORT To REGAIN CONTROL OVER MEDICAID
AND A SUGGESTION FOR AN ALTERNATIVE PLAN
OF ATTACK .............................................. Rubina K  Shaldjian  313
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