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Criminal Law Today
July/August
2008
Volume XLI Number 4
 

Features

Criminal Law Today

     

Gang Prosecution
By James M. Trusty
 

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Maryland's Response to Human Trafficking
By Mary-Ann Burkhart and Joyce Lombardi
 

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  New Maryland Criminal Discovery Rules
By Timothy F. Maloney and Jason L. Levin
 
18
  Litigating "Forfeiture by Wrongdoing" after Crawford v. Washington
By Byron L. Warnken
 
22
  Retroactivity and the Supreme Court
By Ann N. Bosse
 
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  Jury Voir Dire
By David Kennedy

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  Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions to Noncitizens
By Fernando A. Nuñez
 
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What Do Masters Do?: Pioneer for Women Leaves
Enriched Legacy of Justice

By Janet Stidman Eveleth
 
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LAW AND LITERATURE The Stranger: Condemned to Death by Character
By The Honorable Gale Rasin
 
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Departments


 
Maximizing Voir Doir in Maryland 56
 
A Canterbury Tale 59
 
Right of Departing Attorney to Contact Clients 61

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