Volume 26, Issue 2 (1996)
Table of Contents
Address to the Class of 1996
Federal Presentence Reports: Multi-Tasking at Sentencing
Gary M. Maveal
Suspension and Disbelief (or, How Managed Should a Market Be?)
Constitutional Law - Due Process - Prosecutors Must Disclose Exculpatory Information When the Net Effect of the Suppressed Evidence Makes It Reasonably Probable That Disclosure Would Have Produced a Different Result - Kyles v. Whitley, 115 S. Ct. 1555 (1995).
Cynthia L. Corcoran
Search and Seizure - Stop and Frisk - Evidence Seized Incident to an Arrest That Is Based Upon a Police Officer's Computer Record That Failed to Indicate That the Arrest Warrant Had Been Quashed, Due to an Error Committed by Court Personnel, Is Within the Scope of the Good Faith Exception to the Exclusionary Rule - Arizona v. Evans, 115 S. Ct. 1185 (1995).
Christine A. Haberle
Constitutional Law - Commerce Clause - Mere Possession of a Firearm Does Not Substantially Affect Interstate Commerce; And a Federal Law, 18 U.S.C. § 922(q), Making Mere Possession a Crime, Exceeds Congressional Power Pursuant to the Commerce Clause - United States v. Lopez, 115 S. Ct. 1624 (1995).
Douglas A. Stevinson