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    • Criminal Law - Privilege against Self-Incrimination - Handwriting Exemplars Excluded from the Scope of the Fifth Amendment Privilege - Gilbert v. California, 388 U.S. 263 (1967) 

      Gross, John J. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 120-138 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Petitioner, accused of the armed robbery of the Mutual Savings and Loan Association of Alhambra, California and of the murder of a police officer killed in the course of the robbery, was arrested in ...
    • Retroactivity and the Long Arm Statutes 

      Griffin, Gerard P. Jr. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 109-119 )
      INTRODUCTION|A basic dislike for applying statutes retroactively is evident throughout history. The Roman Code states the principle that laws should only apply to actions in the future unless it is expressly stated that ...
    • Criminal Law - Larceny of Leased Property - Presumptions for Refusal to Return and Presentation of False Identification - L.B. 205 77th Neb. Leg. Sess. (1967) 

      Becker, Robert J. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 139-end )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|A fundamental principle of Anglo-American criminal justice is that a man is considered innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. In most instances this requires that the accuser sustain the ...
    • Management's Reserved Rights and the National Labor Relations Board - An Employer's View 

      Loomis, Walter P. Jr.; Herman, Joseph (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 34-78 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Until recently, the prevailing approach to post-contractual labor management relations in the United States has been the reserved rights theory, under which an employer retains all rights to manage its ...
    • Industrial Development Bonds and Economic Policy 

      Birmingham, Robert L. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. Sep-33 )
      INTRODUCTION|Subsection 103(a) (1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 excludes from income subject to tax "the obligations of a State, a Territory, or a possession of the United States, or any political subdivision of ...
    • Doctrine of Governmental Immunity in Nebraska, The 

      Whitmore, Thomas E. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1 )
      INTRODUCTION|This article is intended to treat the doctrine of governmental immunity as it has been applied in Nebraska, with particular reference to the possibility of abrogation of the doctrine, whether partial or complete, ...
    • Constructive Trusts, Statute of Frauds, and Judicial Lethargy 

      Cooper, Duncan B. III (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 95-108 )
      INTRODUCTION|Suppose A conveys land to B upon a verbal promise to hold the land in trust for A. If B refuses to honor his obligation, the express trust cannot be enforced because the Statute of Frauds bars proof of the ...
    • Introduction 

      Warren, Earl (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 8-Jul )
      INTRODUCTION|The administration of justice would be a simple matter if it involved only the application of time-tested principles to static conditions. But conditions change. And the law- ideally the expression of the ...
    • Preface 

      Doyle, James A. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 1, pg. 6-May )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The publication of a law review is universally recognized as a valuable and effective adjunct to the educational program of an American law school. This first issue of the Creighton Law Review is a ...
    • Contents 

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    • Title Page (Volume 1) 

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    • Motion to Vacate under 28 U.S.C. Section 2255: Part Two 

      Orfield, Lester B. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 213 )
      INTRODUCTION|In general, the motion procedure is not proper to attack an arrest, although there is occasional contrary authority. Accordingly, it has been held that the motion proceeding will not lie for error in the arrest ...
    • Constitutional Fact: How Far Does Due Process Require the Independent Judgment of Judges 

      Merrill, Maurice H. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 45 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Professor Frank Strong, in a trenchant article, written with his usual wit and acuity, recently has raised the question of the persistence of the doctrine of "constitutional fact." It seems to me, however, ...
    • Constitutional Law - Civil Rights - Discrimination in Housing - 42 U.S.C. Section 1982 Prohibits Discrimination in Private Subdivision Housing - Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Company, 392 U.S. 409 (1968) 

      Bausch, James M. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 185 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Appellants, husband and wife, who attempted to purchase a house in a private subdivision constructed by appellee, were refused the opportunity to buy a house because the husband was a Negro. The United ...
    • Nebraska Sales and Use Taxes 

      O'Kief, W. Gerald (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 253 )
      INTRODUCTION|In 1967 the Nebraska Legislature enacted into law the sales and use tax for the purpose of providing a single, uniform tax on the sale, use, storage, or consumption of all tangible personal property sold at ...
    • Walker, Rowe and Carafas: The Expanding Concept of in Custody 

      Cole, Daniel J. Jr. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 171 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|In the October 1967 term, the Supreme Court of the United States decided three cases which extended the use of the writ of habeas corpus in the federal court system. In the three cases, Walker v. Wainwright, ...
    • Corporations 

      Prinz, Donald R. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 78 )
      INTRODUCTION|(1) A tax is hereby imposed . . .on the taxable income derived from sources within this state of any corporation . . .whose business within this state during the taxable year consists exclusively of . . ...
    • Index by Topics 

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    • Index by Authors 

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    • Index by Titles 

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