CAN FICTION IMPEDE CONVICTION? ADDRESSING CLAIMS OF A “CSI EFFECT” IN THE CRIMINAL COURTROOM

PDF  ·  Wyatt Feeler  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 1 (2014)

CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS ON EXTRATERRITORIAL STATE POWER: STATE REGULATION, CHOICE OF LAW, AND SLAVERY

PDF  ·  Jeffrey M. Schmitt  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 59 (2014)

TAXING LUCK

PDF  ·  Peter A. Prescott  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 117 (2014)

FIXING FOR-PROFIT FAILURES: WHY STUDENT LOANS FOR FOR-PROFIT SCHOOLS SHOULD BE DISCHARGEABLE IN BANKRUPTCY

PDF  ·  Austin Alexander  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 189 (2014)

STOPPING A HEADS-I-WIN-TAILS-YOU-LOSE TAX STRATAGEM: WHY CONGRESS SHOULDN’T LET TAXPAYERS USE TRANSFER CLAUSES TO FRUSTRATE IRS GIFT-TAX AUDITS

PDF  ·  Blair Harden  ·  83 Miss. L. J. 217 (2014).

There’s Something About Maryland: The Special Nonresident Tax and Why States Should Have Wider Latitude With Their Methods of Taxation

PDF  ·  Joe Walter Terry IV  ·  83 Miss. L. J. Supra 129 (2014)

Take Your Guns to Town: Expanding the Scope of the Second Amendment Beyond the Home

PDF  ·  Jackson Carter  ·  83 Miss. L. J. Supra 101 (2014)

A Gap in the Criminal Justice System, Creating a New Class of Felons in Pregnant Drug-Addicted Women, A State-By-State Analysis

PDF  ·  Rachel Carlson  ·  83 Miss. L. J. Supra 71 (2013)

Old Enough to Have Sex, But Too Young to Film It: Are Prosecutors Violating Constitutional Rights by Prosecuting Legal Sexual Activity Under Child Pornography Statutes

PDF  ·  Jon Still  ·  83 Miss. L. J. Supra 43 (2013)

Resolving the Tolentino Question: Why Courts Should Suppress Police Observations and Other “Identity-Related” Evidence Flowing From Illegal Traffic Stops

PDF  ·  J. Lott Warren  ·  83 Miss. L. J. Supra 21 (2013)