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Gray & Kalyalya on the International Criminal Court and the Westphalian System

Kevin W. Gray (Osgoode Hall Law School) & Kafumu Kalyalya (American University of Sharjah, Dept. of International Studies) has posted Overcoming Statism from Within: The International Criminal Court and the Westphalian System on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This essay argues that cosmopolitan … Continue reading

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Criminal Fines and the New Debt Peonage for Poor Fathers

Cortney Lollar, Criminalizing (Poor) Fatherhood, 70 Ala. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2018), available at SSRN. Rebecca Zietlow In the 1980s and 1990s, many scholars and advocates debated the best way to reform our country’s welfare system. During those debates, feminists called for increased … Continue reading

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What Constitutes a Criminal Assault?

Forensic psychologists are often called upon to provide an expert opinion in assault cases. They may be required to assess the overall state of a person facing assault charges or the assault victim. It is therefore important to first understand … Continue reading

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Washington State AG leading multistate lawsuit to block criminal access to downloadable 3D printed weapons

Washington State Office of Attorney General – Downloadable guns make weapons easier for criminals to obtain: “Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced he is leading a multistate lawsuit to block a Trump Administration action that gives criminals and terrorists access … Continue reading

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Delivering clients victory keeps me on the criminal defense path – Virginia criminal lawyer

Delivering clients victory keeps me on the criminal defense path – Virginia criminal lawyer Virginia criminal lawyer’s calling on the defense path Delivering clients victory keeps me on the criminal defense path. More than that, I am always motivated to … Continue reading

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