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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, 1998, ...
Elections: Corrupt practices and inadequate responses: The case of the Nebraska election laws
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 ...
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 ...
Even-handed justice in Nebraska: The preliminary hearing and the plea in abatement
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 ...
General rules: Disability--temporary/permanent partial/total
(Nebraska Continuing Legal Education, 1983)
Wiretapping in Nebraska
Injuries in the workplace -- Examining the workers' compensation process
(National Business Institute, 1995)