Volume 25, Issue 4 (1995) Symposium on Communications Law and Regulation in the 21st Century
Table of Contents
Public, Educational, and Governmental Acces on Cable Television: A Model to Assure Reasonable Access to the Information Superhighway for All People in Fulfillment of the First Amendment Guarantee of Free Speech
James N. Horwood
First Amendment Issues Presented by the "Information Superhighway"
Norman Redlich and David R. Lurie
E Pluribus Unum - From Many, One: In Unity There is Strength
Paula A. Franzese
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Injunction Provisions Establishing Both a Thirty-Six-Foot Buffer Zone Around an Abortion Clinic Entrance and Driveway and Limited Noise Restrictions Do Not Violate the First Amendment, but Other Provisions of the Injunction Are Unconstitutional - Madsen v. Women's Health Center, Inc., 114 S. Ct. 2516 (1994).
Ben A. Montenegro
Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment - The Fourth Amendment, Rather Than Substantive Due Process, Must Be Used to Judge a § 1983 Claim Alleging a Violation of an Individual's Right to Freedom from Prosecution Without Probable Cause - Albright v. Oliver, 114 S. Ct. 807 (1994).
Michael T. Carton
Evidence - Privileged Communications - The Marital Communications Privilege Does Not Preclude a Third Party from Testifying as to the Contents of a Written Interspousal Communication and the Priest Is the Sole Holder of the Priest-Penitent Privilege and Can Waive That Privilege Without the Consent of the Penitent - State v. Szemple, 135 N.J. 406, 640 A.2d 817 (1994).
Kristina K. Pappa