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Even-Handed Justice in Nebraska: The Preliminary Hearing and the Plea in Abatement
(Creighton University School of Law, 1977)
INTRODUCTION| the Supreme Court of the United States In Stone v. 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 ...
Practitioner's Guide to Informed Consent, The
(Creighton University School of Law, 1991)
INTRODUCTION|Despite more than a generation of superb and often provocative literature concerning it,' informed consent remains the bete noire of the medical malpractice doctrine. To a large extent, the medical community ...
Another Look at the State College Press
(Creighton University School of Law, 1988)
INTRODUCTION| 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 ...
Fate Worse Than Death - An Essay on Whether Long Times on Death Row are Cruel Times, A
(Creighton University School of Law, 1996)
INTRODUCTION| In the United States, at last count, ,848 men and women are prisoners on death row awaiting execution. Some of these prisoners will suffer from severe mental illnesses, while others will resign themselves to ...
Wiretapping in Nebraska
(Creighton University School of Law, 1986)
INTRODUCTION|There is something in the spirit of free persons which treasures privacy. History is rich in illustrations of the individual's struggle to avoid the prying eyes and ears of agents of the state. Invasions of ...
Inquiry into a Principle of Speech Plus, An
(Creighton University School of Law, 1970)
INTRODUCTION|"Dissent," Daniel J. Boorstin has written, "is the great problem of America today. It overshadows all others. It is a symptom, an expression, a consequence, and a cause of all others."1 Indeed, one cannot ...
Approach to Mutual Respect: The Christian Schools Controversy, An
(Creighton University School of Law, 1985)
FIRST PARAGRAPHS | The tension between church and state is most glaringly highlighted in the issues surrounding education. The question of prayer in the public schools, while resolved in the Supreme Court of the United ...
Second Degree Murder Doctrine in Nebraska, The
(Creighton University School of Law, 1997)
INTRODUCTION| The most volatile debate in Nebraska criminal law is whether malice is an essential element of second degree murder. A majority of the Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that malice is required both in charging ...
State v. Burlison Redefines the Malice Requirement: Now What - A Dialogue on Nebraska's Evolving Homicide Law
(Creighton University School of Law, 1999)
Patient Self-Determination Act, The
(Creighton University School of Law, 1993)