Volume 23, Issue 2 (1993)
Table of Contents
Criminal Acts and Sentencing Facts: Two Constitutional Limits on Criminal Sentencing
Benjamin E. Rosenberg
Pro Choice for Lawyers in a Revised Pro Bono System
Bankruptcy - Exempt Property - Failure of a Chapter Seven Trustee to Object to the Validity of a Debtor's Claimed Exemption Within Thirty Days of the Initial Creditor's Meeting Renders Property Exempt, Regardless of Whether the Debtor Had a Colorable Basis for Claiming Such Exemption - Taylor v. Freeland & Kronz, 112 S. Ct. 1644 (1992).
Henry W. Wilson
Criminal Procedure - Entrapment - Defendant Has Been Entrapped as a Matter of Law When the Government's Protracted and Insistent Efforts Create in Defendant a Predisposition to Engage in Unlawful Conduct - Jacobson v. United States, 112 S. Ct. 1535 (1992).
Lori G. Rhodes
Constitutional Law - Sovereign Immunity - States May Not Impose Civil Penalties on the United States Government for Violations of State Statutes Promulgated Under the Authority of the Clean Water Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act - United States Dep't of Energy v. Ohio, 112 S. Ct. 1627 (1992)