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Wiretapping in Nebraska
Another look at the state college press
The collegiate press is big business. In the state of Nebraska alone, the newspapers of the University of Nebraska system and the state colleges reach more than thirty-four thousand readers. In some communities the collegiate ...
Constitution nobody knows
Grand jury in Nebraska
In an age in which many, if not most, commentators have come to criticize the utility and practice of the grand jury system of indicting people for criminal conduct, Nebraska has reexamined its century-old practice of ...
"Fate worse than death" - An essay on whether long times on death row are cruel times
This essay's focus is whether extended incarceration on death row is, itself, so cruel and unusual as to implicate Eighth Amendment values and constitute a ground for relief. To answer this question, we must explore, ...
State v. Burlison redefines the malice requirement: Now what? A dialogue on Nebraska's evolving homicide law
Professor Richard E. Shugrue ("RES") of Creighton University School of Law, and Professor John R. Snowden ("JRS") of the University of Nebraska College of Law, met at Creighton University on a Friday in mid-September, ...