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    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2022 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 22no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|A Tribute to Senator Steve Lathrop, by Joanna Lindberg|What About Building a New Prison? by Joanna Lindberg|Corrections Bills Passed in the Nebraska Legislature, by Joanna Lindberg|NDCS Memo regarding TSCI ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2022 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 22no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|LB917: Income tax deduction for employers of felons clears first round, from Unicameral Update, March 3, 2022|Dobos Studio Art Show, by Geraldine Dobos, G Dobos Studio|A Crossroads: Not Every Change is The Solution, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2021 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 21no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|Financial Report – NCJR – Fiscal Year: Oct 1, 2020 to Sept 30, 2021, by Linda Ohri|Dobos Studio Art Show, by Geraldine Dobos|“Right-sizing” Our Prisons, by Marshall Lux|First Tuesday Town Hall — NOVEMBER 2, 2021, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September 2021 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 21no. 3 )
      CONTENTS:|A change can be made:To live in a different world, we must be willing to make a difference. We really are at a CROSSROADS. by Gregory C. Lauby, J.D.|Finances: A brief tour of prisoner wages, spending & more, by ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2021 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 21no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:|Status Report - New Prison Proposal, by Marshall Lux|The time is now to stop the new prison: Where we go from here, by ACLU of Nebraska|Request the Pardons Board to expedite the commutation of Ed Poindexter, by ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2021 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 21no. 1 )
      CONTENTS:|Hope for comprehensive analysis of criminal justice in Nebraska, by Robert J. Heist II|Voting: a human right, by Benjermin J. Frith|Crime, victimization, and corrections in rural Nebraska|Unsubstantiated Intel, ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 4 )
      CONTENTS:|The politics of new prisons (Part 2), by Marshall Lux|When the over-growth began at the Nebraska Department of Corrections, by David Ditter 32547|State senator expresses his view on priorities and a new prison|In ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 3 )
      CONTENTS:|The Politics of New Prisons Part #1, by Marshall Lux|Amending Nebraska’s felony murder rule: a small step in the right direction, by Tom Riley|“BLK. PRISONER”, by Shaheed K. Biko Hamza|Preparing for Parole Board ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, June 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 2 )
      CONTENTS:| July 1st: What will happen when Governor Ricketts declares an over-crowding emergency? by Doug Koebernick| The killing of Mattieo Condoluci and a critique of registries, by Nebraskans Unafraid| Governor asked ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, March 2020 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 20no. 1 )
      CONTENTS: |Wanted: a challenge to the felony murder doctrine, by Shaheed K. Biko Hamza, aka Derek Dixon 36413 |An open letter to the Legislature's Appropriation Committee and Judiciary Committee, by Marshall Lux |They have ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, December 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 3 )
      CONTENTS: | Good people are at work, but the justice system is fragmented, by John Krejci | The Interstate Corrections Compact explained, by Scott R. Frakes, Director of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services | ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, September 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 2 )
      CONTENTS: | We All Have Value, by Terry Ricketts | Corrections Reports Demand Dramatic Action, by John Krejci | Crime Victims Confront Perpetrators Through a Special Program | Attending a Pardons Board Hearing? Expect to ...
    • Nebraska Criminal Justice Review, July 2019 

      (Holy Family Church, Omaha, Neb., vol. 19no. 1 )
      CONTENTS: | The NCJR is back! by Linda Ohri | Corrections reform: LB 686 One small step for prison reform? by John Krejci | What’s working.... What’s challenging for juvenile justice advocates? by Joanna Lindberg | 1800 ...
    • Reinert Alumni Library 360º Tour: Main Level  

      (Creighton University,  )
    • Reinert Alumni Library 360º Tour: Upper Level 

      (Creighton University,  )
    • Reinert Alumni Library 360º Tour: Lower Level 

      (Creighton University,  )
    • It’s All Relative: Social Movements and Law 

      (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
      In Rules for a Flat World, Hadfield focuses on law as created by and comprised of primarily centralized legal institutions. Current insights into law, however, highlight a complexity behind the social movements that cause ...
    • Private Governance and Rules for a Flat World 

      (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
      In Rules for a Flat World, Hadfield argues that although the world is becoming increasingly connected and faster paced due to leaps in technological innovation, the prevailing legal systems —established by governments and ...
    • Introduction Letter: Disrupting Law, Reclaiming Justice: A conversation at Creighton on Gillian Hadfield's Rules for a Flat World 

      (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
      Introduction letter to CJIL 5(1)'s special issue focused on Gilliam Hadfield's book, Rules for a Flat World.|---------------------------------------|OPENING PARAGRAPHS:|Gillian Hadfield’s remarkable book Rules for a Flat ...
    • The Cognitive Dissonance between the Rule of Law and Rural Realities: Reading Gillian Hadfield’s Rules for a Flat World in the Context of Rural Identity and Politics 

      (Creighton University, vol. 5no. 1 )
      Rural communities – as well as other marginalized communities – see their access to legal infrastructure declining, so much so that they feel disconnected from the rule of law. Current complex law and legal infrastructure ...