18 Wash. & Lee J. Civil Rts. & Soc. Just. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/walee18 and id is 1 raw text is: WASHINGTON AND LEE
JOURNAL OF CIVIL RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
VOLUME18                  FALL2011                 ISSUE I
Editor's Note  vi
ARTICLES
PROFILING AND IMMIGRATION      3
Aaron Haas
BEGINNING TO END RACIAL PROFILING: DEFINITIVE SOLUTIONS  25
TO AN ELUSIVE PROBLEM
Kami Chavis Simmons
THE CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS FOR  55
MISDEMEANOR OR FELONY OFFENSES
David P. Baugh, Esq.
THE DRUG WAR AND THE PARABLE OF THE BAD SAMARITAN  73
Joseph E. Kennedy
A BRAVE NEW WORLD OF STOP AND FRISK   83
Ron Bacigal, J.D.
STUDENT NOTES
WHAT'S NEW IS OLD AGAIN: WHY PADILLA V. KENTUCKY  95
APPLIES RETROACTIVELY
Michael Hartley
THE INTERSECTION OF LAICITE AND AMERICAN SECULARISM:  135
THE FRENCH BURQA BAN IN THE CONTEXT OF
UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Mary-Caitlin Ray
A LITTLE WHITE LIE: THE DANGERS OF ALLOWING  167
POLICE OFFICERS TO STRETCH THE TRUTH
AS A MEANS TO GAIN A SUSPECT'S CONSENT TO SEARCH
William E. Underwood

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