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Thursday, January 13, 2005

New Issue of Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

CrimProf Joshua Dressler of Ohio State has announced that the new issue of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law has arrived.  It includes:

(1) A tribute to Yale Kamisar (by Judge Ronald Gould; and Professors Ronald Allen, Albert Alschuler, Tracey Maclin, William Miller, and Marc Spindelman), and two essays by Yale himself;

(2) A Capital Juries symposium (articles by Professor Jeffrey Abramson, Theodore Eisenberg & Stephen Garvey, Nancy King, David McCord, and John Quigley);

(3) Commentaries by Phyllis Crocker (reporting on her experiences as a foreperson of a grand
jury), Kyron Huigens (critiquing an earlier article by Peter Westen, on the subject of duress---is it a justification or excuse?), Stephen Shute (does parole work?), and Peter Westen (consent in rape cases);

(4)  A book review by Victoria Nourse of Cynthia Lee's important book on the nature of the reasonable person in the criminal law; and

(5)  A new Letters to the Journal section.

The issue can be found here.  [Mark Godsey]

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