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I Need A License To Cut Your Hair But Not To Prepare Your Taxes: A Call For Paid Tax Return Preparer Regulations

PDF  ·  Austin Emmons  ·  85 Miss. L. J. 261 (2016)

Discovering Arrest Warrants During Illegal Traffic Stops: The Lower Courts’ Wrong Turn In The Exclusionary Rule Attenuation Analysis

PDF  ·  Merry C. Johnson  ·  85 Miss. L. J. 225 (2016)

Not Up In The Air: A Federal Air Marshal’s Administrative Search Privileges In Flight

PDF  ·  Christian J. Robison  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 1375 (2015)

Alien Torts In Foreign Courts: Responsible Restrictions On Extraterritorial Application Of The Alien Tort Statute

PDF  ·  Jordan B. Redmon  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 1329 (2015)

M’Naghten Is A Fundamental Right: Why Abolishing The Traditional Insanity Defense Violates Due Process

PDF  ·  R. Michael Shoptaw  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 1101 (2015)

Mississippi’s Guardians Ad Litem Need Clarification Of Their Role And Responsibilities

PDF  ·  Kristine Simpson  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 1065 (2015)

States As Chapter 9 Bankruptcy Gatekeepers: Federalism, Specific Authorization, And Protection of Municipal Economic Health

PDF  ·  M. Heith Frost  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 817 (2015)

Pre-Arrest Silence And Self-Incrimination Rights: Why States Should Adopt An Implied Invocation Standard Under Their State Constitution In The Wake Of Salinas v. Texas

PDF  ·  Karen M. Brindisi  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 431 (2015).

Keeping With The Principle Of Neutrality: Why Courts Should Not Extend Elmbrook‘s Mistaken Establishment Clause Analysis

PDF  ·  Daniel D. Schick  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 391 (2015).

MENTAL ILLNESS, LEGAL CULPABILITY, & DUE PROCESS: WHY THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT ALLOWS STATES TO CHOOSE A MENS REA INSANITY DEFENSE OVER A M’NAGHTEN APPROACH

PDF  ·  Tyler Ellis  ·  84 Miss. L. J. 215 (2015)