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Dangerousness and Expertise
(University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1984)
The defendant-first approach advocated in this Article is more difficult to implement than either the current policy admitting any proffered expert testimony or the exclusionary reform advanced by many commentators. It ...
The Role of Mental Health Professionals in the Criminal Process: The Case for Informed Speculation
(Virginia Law Review, 1980)
In this article we have attempted to make the case for continued participation by appropriately qualified mental health professionals in the adjudication of reconstructive subjective issues of the criminal law. In Part I, ...
Capacity to Contest a Search and Seizure: the Passing of Old Rules and Some Suggestions for New Ones
(American Criminal Law Review, 1981)
Professor Slobogin examines recent Supreme Court decisions involving standing to challenge search and seizure violations, and argues that the Court's commitment to a "totality of the circumstances" approach has permitted ...
State Adoption of Federal Law: Exploring the Limits of Florida's "Forced Linkage" Amendment
(University of Florida Law Review, 1987)
This article examines the "forced linkage" between state and federal provisions that the 1983 amendment establishes in Florida. It concludes that forced linkage is ill-conceived, because it is inimical to state court ...