Considering Lead Poisoning as a Criminal Defense
Deborah W. Denno
The Political Economy of Female Violent Street Crime
Deborah Baskin, Ira Sommers, and Jeffrey Fagan
The Urban Criminal Justice System Can Be Fair
Charles J. Hynes
Needed: A Community Experiment in Problem-Oriented Justice
Felice Kirby, Michael Clark, and Tim Wall
Maiming the Soul: Judges, Sentencing and the Myth of the Nonviolent Rapist
Lynn Hecht Schafran
What is a "Fair" Reponse to Juvenile Crime?
Susan K. Knipps
Jails and Prisons -- Reservoirs of TB Disease: Should Defendants with HIV Infection (Who Cannot Swim) Be Thrown into the Reservoir?
Faith Colangelo and Mariana Hogan
Urban Criminal Justice: Has the Response to the HIV Epidemic Been "Fair"?
Richard J. Andrias
A Moral Standard for the Prosecutor's Exercise of the Charging Discretion
Bennett L. Gershman
Should Judges Consider the Demographics of the Jury Pool in Deciding Change of Venue Application?
Peter M. Kougasian
The Race Factor and Trial By Jury
The Big Black Man Syndrome: The Rodney King Trial and the Use of Racial Stereotyes in the Courtroom
The Urban Crimnal Justice System: A Case of Fairness
John F. Keenan
"A Good Murder"
Leigh B. Bienen
The Urban Criminal Justice System: Where Young + Black + Male = Probable Cause
Elizabeth A. Gaynes
Curing America's Addiction to Prisons
David C. Leven
The High Cost of Juvenile Justice
Diane Ridley Gatewood
Targeting Conduct: A Constitutional Method of Penalizing Hate Crimes
Kevin N. Ainsworth