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Current Issue: Volume 73, Issue 1 (2016)
Chaining Kids to the Ever Turning Wheel: Other Contemporary Costs of Juvenile Court Involvement
Candace Johnson and Mae C. Quinn
Religiously-Motivated Medical Neglect: A Response to Professors Levin, Jacobs, and Arora
Doriane Lambelet Coleman
Some Skepticism about Criminal Discovery Empiricism
Miriam H. Baer