Volume 3, Issue 2 (1972)
Table of Contents
Six-Member Juries in Civil Actions in the Federal Judicial System
Anthony T. Augelli
Practical Prophylaxis and Appellate Methodology: The Exclusionary Rule as a Case Study in the Decisional Process
John J. Gibbons
Marshland Title Dilemma: A Tidal Phenomenon
Alfred A. Porro Jr. and Lorraine S. Teleky
A Survey of Municipal Immunity in New Jersey
Richard P. Cushing
Constitutional Law - Freedom of Religion - Judicially Mandated Blood Transfusion for Adult Jehovah's Witness - John F. Kennedy Memorial Hosp. v. Heston, 58 N.J. 576, 279 A.2d 670 (1971).
Thomas D. Monte Jr.
Constitutional Law - Income Tax - Self-Reporting Confronts Self-Incrimination: The Fifth Amendment in Retreat! - United States v. Milder, 329 F. Supp. 759 (D. Neb. 1971).
Thomas P. Simon
Consumer Protection - State Attorney General's Class Action: Exorbitant Price to Unconscionability to Fraud - Kugler v. Romain, 58 N.J. 522, 279 A.2d 640 (1971).
David A. Birch
Juveniles - Interrogation - Parens Patriae v. Miranda: Conflicting Interests - State v. In the Interest of R.W., 115 N.J. Super. 286, 279 A.2d 709 (App. Div.), cert. granted, 59 N.J. 289, 281 A.2d 802 (1971).
Negligence - Damages - Birth of Healthy but Unplanned Child Due to Pharmacist's Negligence Held a Compensable Injury - Troppi v. Scarf, 31 Mich. App. 240, 187 N.W.2d 511 (1971).
Stacy L. Moore Jr.
Negligence - Medical Malpractice - Should Lack of Diligence in Diagnosis Resulting in Loss of Chance to Live Be a Compensable Injury? - Cooper v. Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, Inc., 27 Ohio St. 2d 242, 272 N.E.2d 97 (1971).
Schools and School Districts - Due Process - Rights of Confrontation and Cross-Examination Accorded to Students at Expulsion Hearings - Tibbs v. Board of Education, 114 N.J. Super. 287, 276 A.2d 165 (App. Div.), aff'd, 59 N.J. 506, 284 A.2d 179 (1971).
Margaret F. Mills
Self-Defense - Duty to Retreat - Retreat from the Porch of One's Own Home Not Required - State v. Bonano, 59 N.J. 515, 284 A.2d 345 (1971).
David W. Collins
Wiretapping - The Right to Privacy - Minimization of Nonpertinent Communications Required by New Jersey Statute - State v. Molinaro, 117 N.J. Super. 276, 284 A.2d 385 (Essex County Ct. 1971).
Howard E. Drucks
James B. Boskey