A recent USA Today Op-ed piece addresses the topic of juvenile interrogation tactics.
Since the late 1990s, prominent scholars have rejected the conventional wisdom that the bundle metaphor defines property.
In November 2017, a state appellate court did something almost unprecedented: It held that a trial judge made an error by admitting testimony on latent fingerprinting.
An Overview of Practicing American Indian Criminal Law in Federal, State, and Tribal Courts, and an Update About Recent Expansion of Criminal Jurisdiction Over Non-IndiansJames Diamond
As a result of changes in federal law, criminal defendants or defense attorneys are now more likely to find themselves appearing in American Indian tribal courts.
Over the past several years there has been increased focus on the way police are treated by the criminal justice system and their own internal disciplinary mechanisms. Scholars and the media have taken note of special interrogation protections afforded to the police when they become the target of internal or criminal investigation.
The American Law Institute has been selected to be profiled by Visionaries Inc. for its upcoming 23rd season.