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Vol. 42, No. 1, Winter 2007

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Lawrence v. Texas and the Limits of the Criminal Law
Adil Ahmad Haque

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Impunity: Sexual Abuse in Women’s Prisons
Kim Shayo Buchanan

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“This Is Happening in Our Country”: Two Testimonials of Survivors of Prison Rape
Hope H., Brenda L.

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The Immigrant Rights Marches of 2006 and the Prospects for a New Civil Rights Movement
Kevin R. Johnson, Bill Ong Hing

139

Veritas, Not Vengeance: An Examination of the Evidentiary Rules for Military Commissions in the War Against Terrorism
Eun Young Choi

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If You Cannot Afford a Lawyer: Assessing the Constitutionality of Massachusetts’s Reimbursement Statute
Kate Levine

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Samson v. California: Tearing Down a Pillar of Fourth Amendment Protections
Robert Cacace

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Jones v. City of Los Angeles: A Moral Response to One City’s Attempt To Criminalize, Rather than Confront, Its Homelessness Crisis
Sarah Gerry

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Confronting the Myth of Choice: Homelessness and Jones v. City of Los Angeles
Tanene Allison

 

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