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Editor: Kevin Cole
Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Quoted CrimProfs

Stetson CrimProf Robert Batey in the Christian Science Monitor on whether death row inmates should get credit for personal rehabilitation while on death row; Rutgers CrimProf George Thomas in the Asbury Park Press on a local case in which a convicted killer may walk free due to a technical jurisdictional problem; Florida CrimProf Christopher Slobogin in the St. Petersburg Times on the plain view doctrine and in the Miami Herald on the Al-Arian case (a South Florida professor charged with terrorism); Northwestern CrimProf Ronald Allen in the Kansas City Star on Italy prosecuting CIA operatives in abstentia; and South Texas CrimProf Susan Crump in the Houston Chronicle on felony-murder charges being filed against a local school bus driver who recklessly killed a child while driving the school bus.  [Mark Godsey]

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