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Article VI: Witnesses
G. Michael Fenner, Article VI: Witnesses, in Nebraska Rules of Evidence (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1975).
Media libel: Federal and Nebraska law
G. Michael Fenner & James L. Koley, Media Libel: Federal and Nebraska Law, 12 Creighton L. Rev. 149 (1978).
Administrative civil commitment: The Nebraska experience and legislative reform under the Nebraska Mental health Act of 1976
Geoffrey W. Peters, Larry L. Teply, James S. Wunsch & Joel Zimmerman, Administrative Civil Commitment: The Nebraska Experience and Legislative Reform Under the Nebraska Mental Health Act of 1976, 10 Creighton L. Rev. 243 (1976).
Administrative civil commitment: The ins and outs of the Nebraska system
Geoffrey W. Peters, Larry L. Teply, James S. Wunsch & Joel Zimmerman, Administrative Civil Commitment: The Ins and Outs of the Nebraska System, 9 Creighton L. Rev. 266 (1975).
Article VI and Article VII of the Nebraska Evidence Rules
G. Michael Fenner, Article VI and Article VII of the Nebraska Evidence Rules, in Nebraska Rules of Evidence (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1977).
Elections: Corrupt practices and inadequate responses: The case of the Nebraska election laws
Richard E. Shugrue & JoAnn York, Elections: Corrupt Practices and Inadequate Responses: The Case of the Nebraska Election Laws, 8 Creighton L. Rev. 108 (1974).
Two major concerns about campaign expenditures have been articulated. One is a "deep-seated conviction that the raising of large sums of money is evidence of corruption through the favoritism granted by government officials ...
Even-handed justice in Nebraska: The preliminary hearing and the plea in abatement
Richard E. Shugrue, Even-Handed Justice in Nebraska: The Preliminary Hearing and the Plea in Abatement, 10 Creighton L. Rev. 450 (1977).
In Stone v. Powell,1 the Supreme Court of the United States put the states on notice that they would become increasingly the last fora for the adjudication of the rights of criminally accused. The decision's withdrawal of ...