Treading on Water: Public Utilities, Eminent Domain, and Just Compensation—Valuing the Plant

PDF  ·  Warren H. Dedeaux  ·  82 Miss. L.J. 1375

Defining the Destruction of Evidence Exigency Exception: Why Courts Should Adopt a Strict Probable Cause Standard in the Wake of Kentucky v. King

PDF  ·  Claire Frances Stamm  ·  82 Miss L.J. 1417

Miranda-In-The-Middle: Why Justice Kennedy’s Subjective Intent of the Officer Test In Missouri v. Seibert is Binding and Good Public Policy

PDF  ·  Locke Houston  ·  82 Miss. L.J. 1129

Davis, Jones, And The Good-Faith Exception: Why Reasonable Police Reliance On Persuasive Appellant Precedent Precludes Application Of The Exclusionary Rule

PDF  ·  Kyle Robbins  ·  82 Miss. L.J. 1175

Tweeting “Fire” in a Crowded Theatre: Distinguishing Between Advocacy and Incitement in the Social Media World

PDF  ·  Erin D. Guyton  ·  82 Miss. L.J. 689

The Anomaly of Passenger “Standing” to Suppress all Evidence Derived From Illegal Vehicle Seizures Under the Exclusionary Rule: Why the Conventional Wisdom of the Lower Courts is Wrong

PDF  ·  Sarah L. Dickey  ·  82 Miss. L.J. 183 (2013)

Creationism’s Public and Private Fronts: The Protection and Restriction of Religious Freedom

PDF  ·  Charles Cowan  ·  82 Miss L.J. 223 (2013)

Paternalistic Manipulation Through Pictorial Warnings: The First Amendment, Commercial Speech, and the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act

PDF  ·  Stephanie J. Bennett  ·  81 Miss. L.J. 1909 (2012)

Avoiding Annihilation: Why Trial Judges Should Refuse to Certify a Facta Class Action for Statutory Damages Where the Recovery Would Likely Leave the Defendant Facing Imminent Insolvency

PDF  ·  Holly S. Hosford  ·  81 Miss. L.J. 1941 (2012)

In Defense of Self-Defense: Heller’s Second Amendment in Sensitive Places

PDF  ·  Brian C. Whitman  ·  81 Miss. L.J. 1987 (2012)