79 U. Colo. L. Rev. [i] (2008)
Table of Contents - Issue 1

handle is hein.journals/ucollr79 and id is 1 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF
COLORADO LAW REVIEW
Volume 79, Issue 1                                   2008
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
The Future of Federal Sentencing Policy: Learning
Lessons from Republican Judicial Appointees in
the Guidelines Era
D avid  M . Zlotnick  ................................................................  1
The Accounting: Habeas Corpus and Enemy Combat-
ants
Em ily  Calhoun  ..................................................................  77
Civic Republicanism, Public      Choice  Theory, and
Neighborhood Councils: A New Model for Civic
Engagement
M atthew  J. Parlow   .............................................................. 137
COMMENTS AND CASENOTE
Beyond the Davis Dictum: Reforming Nontestimonial
Identification Evidence Rules and Statutes
Jennifer  M . D iLalla  ............................................................. 189
Interstate Instability: Why Colorado's Alien Smuggling
Statute Is Preempted by Federal Immigration
Laws
B en  M eade  ............................................................................ 237
Opening the Door: Crowe v. Tull and the Application
of the Colorado Consumer Protection Act to Attor-
neys
D aniela  R onchetti ................................................................ 295
What Happened to Paul's Law?: Insights on Advocat-
ing for Better Training and Better Outcomes in
Encounters Between Law Enforcement and Per-
sons with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Elizabeth  H ervey  Osborn  .................................................... 333

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