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  American Journal of Trial Advocacy
  Volume 32, Number 3, Spring 2009
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  • FEDERALIST SOCIETY PANEL DISCUSSION: JUDICIAL SELECTION, FEDERAL AND STATE
        Meryl J. Chertoff, William K. Kelley, William P. Marshall, Harold F. See, Jr. & Diane S. Sykes
        p.453                                                                                      +cite        

  • ARTICLES
  • CLIMATE CHANGE ON TRIAL: MAKING THE CASE FOR CAUSATION
        Christopher R. Reeves
        p.495                                                                                      +cite        
  • INSIDE INTERROGATION: WHY INNOCENT PEOPLE CONFESS
        Saul M. Kassin
        p.525                                                                                      +cite        

  • TRIAL TECHNIQUE
  • TO ARGUE IS HUMAN, TO EXCLUDE, DIVINE: THE ROLE OF MOTIONS IN LIMINE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF PRESERVING THE RECORD ON APPEAL
        Jennifer M. Miller
        p.541                                                                                      +cite        

  • STUDENT NOTES
  • TEXAS ADVANCE DIRECTIVES ACT VERSUS "STATE-CREATED DANGER" THEORY: A PRIMA FACIE ANALYSIS
        p.557                                                                                      +cite    
  • COMBATING CRIME AGAINST THE ELDERLY: DOES THE PUBLIC INTEREST WARRANT A SPECIAL HEARSAY EXCEPTION?
        p.585                                                                                      +cite    

  • STUDENT COMMENT
  • INDIANA V. EDWARDS: THE SIXTH AMENDMENT RIGHT OF SELF-REPRESENTATION IS LIMITED FOR THE MENTALLY ILL
        p.611                                                                                      +cite    

  • RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
  • CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—RELIABLE CONSULTANTS, INC. V. EARLE: IS CRIMINALIZING THE SELLING, ADVERTISING, GIVING OR LENDING OF SEXUAL DEVICES A VIOLATION OF AN INDIVIDUAL'S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS?
        p.637                                                                                      +cite    
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW—MCKNIGHT V. GENERAL MOTORS CORP.: DO DISABLED FORMER EMPLOYEES HAVE STANDING UNDER TITLE I OF THE ADA TO BRING SUIT AGAINST FORMER EMPLOYERS FOR DISCRIMINATION IN POST-EMPLOYMENT FRINGE BENEFIT PAYMENTS?
        p.643                                                                                      +cite    
  • INDICES TO VOLUME 32
        p.649                                                                                      +cite