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October 13, 2010.

Argument recap: Court doubts that failure to suppress confession is prejudicial in felony murder case
posted by James Bickford at SCOTUSblog
On Tuesday, the Court heard oral argument in the case of *Premo v. Moore*.

Overcriminalization 2.0: Developing Consensus Solutions
posted by White Collar Crime Prof Blogger at White Collar Crime Prof Blog
The Journal of Law, Economics & Policy at the George Mason University School of Law will host its annual symposium on October 21, 2010, in partnership with the Law & Economics Center at George Mason Universi…

Two or Three Myths About Substantive Due Process

posted by Timothy Sandefur, guest-blogging at The Volokh Conspiracy
(Timothy Sandefur, guest-blogging) When talking about “substantive due process,” as I’ve been doing, one must address a number of myths about that theory that, sadly, are so common

Costs of capital punishment getting the spotlight in Connecticut case
posted by Doug B. at Sentencing Law and Policy
As detailed in this local article, which is headlined “Steven Hayes Defense Outlines High Cost Of Putting Someone To Death,” the significant economic costs of capital punishment has moved from policy debate …

Mapping Your Return to Useful Websites
posted by admin at Legal Talk Network
Internet search is only half of the equation. Many times, you simply want to return to a site you had previously found. Managing bookmarks and favorites has long been a less-than-satisfying experience. Why…

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