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Volume 29, Issue 4

Table of Contents


STATUTORY INTERPRETATION 

Armed to the Teeth: The Use of a Person's Mouth, Teeth, or Body as a Dangerous Instrument for Aggravated Offenses
Vincent J. Costa

Don't Feed the Deer: Misapplications of Statutory Vagueness and the First Amendment Overbreadth Doctrine
Brian Hodgkinson

CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY PROTECTIONS OF JUVENILES

The Evolution of Youth as an Excuse: Striking a Balance Between the Interest of Public Safety and the Principle that Kids are Kids
Ashley A. Hughes

FIRST AMENDMENT FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

The Occupy Wall Street Movement and the Constitution: Protestors Preoccupied with the First Amendment
Christine Verbitsky

Determining the Location of Injury for New York's Long Arm Statute in an Infringement Claim
Stefan Josephs

FIRST AMENDMENT FREEDOM OF RELIGION

Curtailing the First Amendment Protection to Discovery
Silvia Durri

FOUTH AMENDMENT AND AUTOMOBILES

A Delayed Search of an Automobile Makes for an Unconstitutional Seizure
Sean J. McGowan

Locked Glove Compartments: Searchable or Stash Spots?
Evan Levtow

FOURTH AMENDMENT BODILY SEARCHES AND DNA

The Blueprint: Critiques of the Fingerprint and Abandonment Paradigms Utilized to Reject an Expectation of Privacy in DNA
Avi Goldstein

You Have the Right to Be Free from Unwanted Bodily Intrusion--Unless of Course There Is a Court Order
Tara Laterza

FOURTH AMENDMENT CONSENT TO SEARCH

You Do Not Have the Right to Remain Drunk: Expanding the Scope of Implied Consent Through Fifth Amendment Voluntariness Standards
Avi Goldstein

FOURTH AMENDMENT AND MODERNIZED SOCIETY

Fourth Amendment Right to Privacy with Respect to Bank Records in Criminal Cases
Francesca M. Brancato

It's Reasonable to Expect Privacy When Watching Adult Videos
Matthew Leonhardt

Privacy in Social Media: To Tweet or Not to Tweet?
Tara M. Breslawski

NEW YORK'S SUPERIOR MODEL FOR PRETRIAL IDENTIFICATIONS

Is New York Achieving More Reliable and Just Convictions When the Admissibility of a Suggestive Pretrial Identification is at Issue?
Matthew Gordon

Prearraignment Lineup Procedures: Are Multiple Lineups Unduly Suggestive or Sufficiently Reliable?
Jared R. Artura

The Federal Retreat from Protecting Defendants From Tainted Show-Up Identifications and the Superiority of New York's Approach
Stephan Josephs

SIXTH AMENDMENT CONFRONTATION CLAUSE

Admissibility of Field Test Results at Trial to Prove Intoxication
Vincent J. Costa

Conflicting Confrontation Clause Concerns: The Admissibility of Hospital Records Versus a Defendant's Right to Confrontation
Susan Barlow

SIXTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO COUNSEL

Choose Your Own Path: A Defendant's Constitutional Right to Legal Representation
Luzan Moore

An Effective but Unreported Application of Lafler & Frye
Christopher M. Gavin

SIXTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO COUNSEL AND IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES

Are You Satisfied with Your Representation?--The Sixth Amendment Right to Effective Assistance of Counsel
Dean M. Villani

"But My Attorney Didn't Tell Me I'd Be Deported!"--The Retroactivity of Padilla
Tara M. Breslawski

SIXTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY

One Less Juror: A Defendant's Right to Juror Substitution
Luzan Moore

EIGHTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO REASONABLE BAIL

McManus v. Horn: The Legality of Setting a Single Form of Bail
Maureen Wynne

FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT DUE PROCESS RIGHTS FOR ELECTION CANDIDATES

Evaluating Candidacy Restrictions: The Implications of New York's Modified Approach
Brian Hodgkinson