Volume 26, Issue 4 (1996) Symposium on Capital Punishment
Table of Contents
The Importance of Saving the Universe: Keeping Proportionality Review Meaningful
Lawrence S. Lustberg and Lenora M. Lapidus
The Office of the Public Defender, Race and Proportionality Review in New Jersey: The View from the Back of the Bus
Habeas Corpus as a Crucial Protector of Constitutional Rights: A Tribute Which May Also Be a Eulogy
Ronald J. Tabak
On Reforming the Federal Writ of Habeas Corpus
The Evolution of Death-Eligibility in New Jersey
John J. Farmer Jr.
The Death Penalty in New Jersey: A Defense Lawyer's Perspective
Joseph E. Krakora
When Symbols Clash: Reflections on the Future of the Comparative Proportionality Review of Death Sentences
Tax Certificates: A Review of the Tax Sale Law
Michael G. Pellegrino and Ralph P. Allocca
Selling the Right to Sell the Same Right to Sell: Applying the Consumer Fraud Act, the Uniform Securities Law and the Criminal Code to Pyramid Schemes
Health Care Mandates: The Delivery Debate
Christine A. McAteer
Constitutional Law - Qualifications Clause-Imposition of Additional Qualifications by Arkansas Constitutional Amendment That Denied Congressional Candidates the Right to Appear on the General Election Ballot if They Served More Than Three Terms in the House of Representatives or Two Terms in the Senate Violated the Qualifications Clauses - U.S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton, 115 S. Ct. 1842 (1995).
Search and Seizure - Warrants - Police Officers Acting Pursuant to an Arrest Warrant May Pursue a Fleeing Suspect Into a Private Residence and Forcibly Enter the Dwelling Without Knowing the Underlying Offense of the Warrant and Without First Knocking and Announcing Their Presence - State v. Jones, 143 N.J. 4, 667 A.2d 1043 (1995).
Steven W. Skinner