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					                                 Court Informer
                                      November 2005




The Court Informer is a publication of the Superior Court Law Library, distributed every two
months as a current awareness service. It includes citations to articles recently received by
the Law Library as well as other materials that may be of interest to the Court. If you would
like to receive a copy of any of the cited articles, please contact the Law Library Information
Desk at (602) 506-3945 or return the attached request form to the Law Library. If there are
any topics you would like to see covered in forthcoming issues please contact:


                          Susan Armstrong at (602) 506-3599 or
                             sarmstrong@scll.maricopa.gov
                                                                       CONTENTS



Adoption, Foster Care & Juvenile Justice ................................................................................................ 1
Alternative Dispute Resolution .................................................................................................................. 1
Capital Cases & Capital Sentencing.......................................................................................................... 1
Courts & Court Administration .................................................................................................................. 2
Criminal Justice........................................................................................................................................... 3
Evidence....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Family Law ................................................................................................................................................... 6
Guardianship & Probate ............................................................................................................................. 7
Juries & Jury Reform .................................................................................................................................. 7
Technology and the Law ............................................................................................................................ 7
Trial Practice................................................................................................................................................ 7
General Interest ........................................................................................................................................... 8
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Adoption, Foster Care & Juvenile Justice

1.     Gillespie, Alisdair A. “Reprimanding Juveniles and the Right to Due Process.” 68 Modern Law
       Review 1006 (November 2005).

2.     Holman, Kevin. “Should Little Joey’s Juvenile Adjudication Be Used against Him When He
       Becomes Joe the Habitually Violent Felon?” 25 Journal of Juvenile Law 45 (2005).

3.     Kiefer, Michael. “Panel Studies Rising Arrests of Juvenile Girls.” Arizona Republic B9 (October
       13, 2005).

4.     Langley, Laura K. “Giving Up on Youth: The Dangers of Recent Attempts to Federalize Juvenile
       Crime.” 25 Journal of Juvenile Law 1 (2005).

5.     Leiber, Michael J. and Kristan C. Fox. “Race and the Impact of Detention on Juvenile Justice
       Decision Making.” 51 Crime & Delinquency 470 (October 2005).

6.     Schiraldi, Vincent. “Safer for Us and for Them: The Most Effective Response to Juvenile Crime
       Turns Out to Be a Strict but Humane Approach.” XXVII Legal Times 62 (October 3, 2005).

7.     Tomaszewski, Amy L. “From Columbine to Kazaa: Parental Liability in a New World.” 2005
       University of Illinois Law Review 573 (2005).


Alternative Dispute Resolution

8.     Brown, Gina Viola. “A Community of Court ADR Programs: How Court-Based ADR Programs
       Help Each Other Survive and Thrive.” 26 Justice System Journal 327 (2005).

9.     Davidson, Robert B. and Deborah Gage Haude. “Shadowing: The Key to Developing Strong
       Mediation Skills.” 12 Dispute Resolution Magazine 13 (Fall 2005).

10.    Hedeen, Timothy. “Coercion and Self-Determination in Court-Connected Mediation: All
       Mediations Are Voluntary, But Some Are More Voluntary Than Others.” 26 Justice System
       Journal 273 (2005).

11.    Sender, Jennifer M. “CPR for Your ADR: Alternative Dispute Resolution Primer.” 51 Practical
       Lawyer 19 (October 2005).


Capital Cases & Capital Sentencing

12.    Bridges, Andrew. “Death Row Use Down in 2004; Sentencings, Executions Both Reduced.”
       Arizona Republic A7 (November 14, 2005).

13.    Brim, Mitchel. A Sneak Preview into How the Court Took Away a State’s Right to Execute Sixteen
       and Seventeen Year Old Juveniles: The Threat of Execution Will No Longer Save an Innocent
       Victim’s Life.” 82 Denver University Law Review 739 (2005).

14.    Curtis, Kim. “Death Row Inmate Focus of Unusual PR Move; Prison Tries to Dispel Notion Killer
       Is Reformed.” Arizona Republic A27 (November 25, 2005).

15.    Douglass, John G. “Confronting Death: Sixth Amendment Rights at Capital Sentencing.” 105
       Columbia Law Review 1967 (November 2005).

16.    Eggen, Dan. “Patriot Act Proposal Alters Death Penalty.” Arizona Republic A8 (October 26,

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       2005).

17.    Minsker, Natasha. “Call Off Killing Season; Put Executions on Hold.” 118 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 8 (November 21, 2005).

18.    Rice, Harvey. “Appeals Court Orders Trial for Inmate on Death Row.” Houston Chronicle B5
       (October 26, 2005).

19.    Rich, Eric. “Ehrlich Gives Execution Order; 13-Year-Old Sentencing Stayed During Race Study.”
       Washington Post B02 (November 5, 2005).

20.    Scheck, Justin. “In Twisted Tale, Death Penalty Tossed Due to Bad Lawyer” (October 19, 2005),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1129626310712

21.    Shepherd, Joanna M. “Deterrence Versus Brutalization: Capital Punishment’s Differing Impacts
       among States.” 104 Michigan Law Review 203 (November 2005).

22.    Smith, Bruce P. “The History of Wrongful Execution.” 56 Hastings Law Journal 1185 (2004-
       2005).

23.    “12 Years after Execution, Evidence of Innocence.” New York Times A20 (November 22, 2005).

24.    Weigi, Andrea. “State Favors Executions at 2 A.M.” 118 Los Angeles Daily Journal 7 (November
       9, 2005).

25.    “Woman Whose Death Penalty Sparked International Outcry Appeals Guilty Plea” (November 16,
       2005), available at: http://public.findlaw.com/pnews/news/ap/o/51/11-10-
       2005/6c6a000ea9cdf587.html


Courts & Court Administration

26.    Brokaw, Chet. “Voters Take Aim at Judges’ Immunity from Lawsuits” (November 15, 2005),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1131975851794

27.    Caher, John. “Judicial Conduct Commission Targets Contempt Abuse” (November 16, 2005),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1132056986352

28.    Coyle, Marcia. “Justices Diversity Pool too Shallow? White Male High Court List Is Longer.” 28
       National Law Journal 1 (September 26, 2005).

29.    Damle, Sarang Vijay. “Specialize the Judge, not the Court: A Lesson from the German
       Constitutional Court.” 91 Virginia Law Review 1267 (September 2005).

30.    Duman, Jill. “Adjudication in Strip Club Gets Judge Stripped of Position” (November 18, 2005),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1132229111823

31.    Hamblett, Mark. “2nd Circuit: Judges Should Oversee Security Measures that Might Reduce
       Access” (October 25, 2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1130157956384

32.    Hawkins, Asher. “Pa. Justice First to Be Ousted in Retention Election” (November 11, 2005),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1131640484965

33.    Johnson, Mark. “Judge Admonished in Sighing Case” (November 16, 2005), available at:
       http://public.findlaw.com/pnews/news/ap/o/632/11-16-2005/b8660014d677d575.html



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34.    “Judges in S.D. May Lose Lawsuit Immunity” (November 14, 2005), available at:
       http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/national/AP-Judges-on-Trial.html

35.    Kay, Julie. “Fla. Federal Judges Slammed for Secret Docketing” (November 15, 2005), available
       at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1131975851151

36.    Kellman, Laurie. “House Votes to Upgrade Courthouse Security” (November 11, 2005), available
       at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1131640455262

37.    Leipold, Andrew D. “Why Are Federal Judges so Acquittal Prone?” 83 Washington University
       Law Quarterly 151 (2005).

38.    MacLean, Pamela. “Federal Courts Trim Back Hours Across the U.S.; Branch Offices Closed,
       Employees Multitask.” 28 National Law Journal 7 (October 7, 2005).

39.    Mauro, Tony. “Citing Unpublished Opinions Backed by U.S. Judges; Judicial Conference Also
       Mum on 9th Cir. Split.” 28 National Law Journal 6 (September 26, 2005).

40.    Nelson, Katie. “Homeless Get Their Own Court; Will Clear Charges as Incentive to Rehabilitate.”
       Arizona Republic B1 (November 12, 2005).

41.    Perrotta, Tom. “Removal Recommended for Judge Who Helped Defendant Escape” (November
       28, 2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1132740311288

42.    Pollack, Steven H. “Lawyer Cries Foul When Judge Gets His Bat” (October 24, 2005), available
       at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1129898333540

43.    Scheck, Justin. “Responding to Critics, 9th Circuit Will Try Law of Large Numbers” (October 5,
       2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1128416712246

44.    Wise, Daniel. “Improved Courthouse Security: SWAT-Type Teams, ‘Smart’ ID Cards?” (October
       21, 2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1129799112183


Criminal Justice

45.    Campbell, Terrence. “Assessing Sex Offenders: Problems and Pitfalls.” 33 Journal of Psychiatry
       and the Law 283 (Summer 2005).

46.    Carrol, Rebecca. “Women Account for 1 in 4 Arrests, Study Says; Female Prison Population
       Grows Faster than Male.” East Valley Tribune A11 (October 24, 2005).

47.    Caulkin, Jonathan P. and Eric L. Sevigny. “How Many People Does the U.S. Imprison for Drug
       Use, and Who Are They?” 32 Contemporary Drug Problems 405 (Fall 2005).

48.    Chambers, Jennifer. “Judges Asked to Rethink Jail Sentences.” Detroit News B1 (September 29,
       2005).

49.    Dolan, M. and R. Fullam. “Factors Influencing Treatment Entry in Sex Offenders against
       Children.” 45 Medicine, Science and the Law 303 (October 2005).

50.    Dvorak, Todd. “Iowa Law Gets Tough on Sex Offenders; Ruling Restricts Where Convicts Live.”
       East Valley Tribune A17 (November 12, 2005).

51.    Fields, Gary. “As Prisoners Age, Terminally Ill Raise Tough Questions; Are Penal Decisions
       Absolute, or Should Dying Inmates Be Allowed Out Early?” Wall Street Journal A1 (September


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         29, 2005).

52.      Frase, Richard S. “Punishment Purposes.” 58 Stanford Law Review 67 (October 2005).

53.      Gold, Scott. “Justice Is Another Victim of Katrina; Some Suspects Go Free Because the System
         Lacks the Means to Charge Them; More Wait Behind Bars and Cases Mount Along with New
         Crimes” (November 26, 2005), available at: http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-
         na-courts26nov26,1,7041437.story?coll=la-headlines-nation

54.      “Judge: Exceedingly Harsh Sentences for Crack Cocaine Are Troubling.” 106 Arizona Capitol
         Times 10 (October 21, 2005).

55.      Lichtblau, Eric. “Prosecutions in Immigration Doubled in Last Four Years.” New York Times A27
         (September 29, 2005).

56.      Linder, Erin N. “Punishing Parental Alcohol Abuse: The Problems Inherent in Utilizing Civil
         Commitment to Address Addiction.” 2005 University of Illinois Law Review 873 (2005).

57.      Liptak, Adam. “Locked Away Forever After Crimes as Teenagers.” New York Times A1 (October
         3, 2005).

58.      Liptak, Adam. “Serving Life, with No Chance of Redemption.” New York Times A1 (October 5,
         2005).

59.      Mabin, Butch. “Court: Senators Couldn’t Change Murder Sentence Minimum” (October 1, 2005),
         available at:
         http://www.journalstar.com/articles/2005/10/01/local/doc433d68cb3d275470648099.txt

60.      Martin, Mark. “Bulk of ‘3 Strikes’ Crimes Nonviolent, Study Finds; Longer Sentences Add $500
         Million a Year to Budget.” San Francisco Chronicle B4 (October 21, 2005).

61.      Mitchell, Kirk. “Expert Proposes Permanent Camps for Sex Offenders.” 118 Los Angeles Daily
         Journal 7 (October 11, 2005).

62.      “Molesters in N.J. Face Curfew on Halloween.” Arizona Republic A16 (October 26, 2005).

63.      Natapoff, Alexandra. “Speechless: The Silencing of Criminal Defendants.” 80 New York
         University Law Review 1449 (November 2005).

64.      Peng, Hailfeng. “Is Blakely v. Washington Retroactive?” 27 Cardozo Law Review 423 (October
         2005).

65.      Roberts, Sam. “Should Prosecutors Be Required to Record Their Pretrial Interviews with
         Accomplices and Snitches?” LXXIV Fordham Law Review 257 (October 2005).

66.      Sherman, Mark. “U.S. Crime Rate Unchanged at Lowest Level in 30 Years.” East Valley Tribune
         A10 (September 26, 2005).

67.      Worth, Robert F. “Exiling Sex Offenders from Town; Questions about Legality and Effectiveness.”
         New York Times A20 (October 3, 2005).


Ethics

68.      Gershman, Bennett L. “Prosecutorial Ethics and Victims’ Rights: The Prosecutor’s Duty of
         Neutrality.” 9 Lewis & Clark Law Review 559 (Fall 2005).


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69.    Kellman, Laurie. “Measure Would Punish Attorneys for Filing Frivolous Lawsuits” (October 28,
       2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1130415010923

70.    Kleinfeld, Denis A. and Salvador C. Orofino. “Nailing the Lawyer for His Debtor-Client’s Sins;
       Appropriate Behavior vs. Over-the-Line.” 144 Trusts and Estates 36 (November 2005).

71.    Laufenberg, Scott D. “Representing Repugnant Clients: Every Lawyer’s Choice?” 22 GPSolo 22
       (October/November 2005).

72.    Marrapese, Jennifer J. “How to Lose a Client in 10 Days” (October 6, 2005), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1128503112284

73.    Milburn John. “Kansas Supreme Court Ousts County Judge” (October 7, 2005), available at:
       http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/632/10-07-2005/3d28000dfa82372b.html

74.    “Pennsylvania Outs Supreme Court Justice.” New York Times A24 (November 10, 2005).

75.    Steinberg, Marc I. “Counsel Conflict Dilemmas in Mergers and Acquistions.” 47 South Texas Law
       Review 3 (Fall 2005).

76.    Wendel, W. Bradley. “Legal Ethics and the Separation of Law and Morals.” 91 Cornell Law
       Review 67 (November 2005).

77.    Wolford, Elizabeth A. “Representing Repugnant Clients: Every Lawyer’s Duty?” 22 GPSolo 23
       (October/November 2005).


Evidence

78.    Begley, Sharon. “Fingerprint Matches Come Under More Fire as Potentially Fallible.” Wall Street
       Journal B1 (October 7, 2005).

79.    Heafey, Richard J. “Return to Sender?: Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Information.” 28
       American Journal of Trial Advocacy 615 (Spring 2005).

80.    Hollingsworth, Joe G. and Eric G. Laser. “Dodging Daubert: Suits Against Drug-Makers Are
       Using Bad Science to Invent Causation.” XXVII Legal Times 42 (September 19, 2005).

81.    McCollum, Michael. “Award to Boost DNA Crime Lab; Grant Is Targeted Toward 500 Unsolved
       Burglaries That May Help Crack Other Crimes.” Denver Post B02 (October 14, 2005).

82.    McVicker, Steve. “A Defense Lawyer’s Challenge to the Scientific Integrity of the Machine That
       Gauges Sobriety Could Affect Thousands: Holding Breath Tests Accountable.” Houston
       Chronicle B1 (October 26, 2005).

83.    McVicker, Steve. “Public Hearing Ordered in Case Tied to Crime Lab; Court’s Decision Could
       Influence Other Appeals that Question Evidence Handled by HPD.” Houston Chronicle B1
       (September 15, 2005).

84.    Morin, Bradley. “Science, Crawford, and Testimonial Hearsay: Applying the Confrontation Clause
       to Laboratory Reports.” 85 Boston University Law Review 1243 (October 2005).

85.    Nelson, Sharon and John Simek. “Finding Wyatt Earp: How to Choose Your Computer Forensic
       Expert.” 31 Law Practice 18 (October/November 2005).



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86.    Oliver, Nelson. “LAPD Program Tests DNA in Nonviolent Crimes.” 118 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 2 (October 27, 2005).

87.    Poovey, Bill. “Doctors, Lawyers Develop Credibility Test for Expert Testimony” (October 27,
       2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1130332861714

88.    Preston, Julia. “Guilty Verdict in a Rape Case 3 Decades Old; Jury Foreman Cites Role of DNA
       Evidence.” New York Times A1 (November 10, 2005).

89.    Reisinger, Sue. “Calming the E-Discovery Frenzy; Court Sanctions and Confusing Discovery
       Rules Are Causing Savvy In-House Lawyers to Create New Roles for Themselves as They
       Scramble to Get Their Digital Houses in Order.” XXVII Legal Times 23 (September 19, 2005).

90.    Rybarczyk, Tom. “Missing Persons Initiative Launched; Federal Program Compiles DNA
       Database to Help Clear Cold Cases and Solve New Ones.” Chicago Tribune 2N (November 8,
       2005).

91.    Silberlight, Adam. “Preventing the Inevitable and Avoiding the Protected: The Potential Use of
       the Inevitable Discovery Theory in Relation to Non-Privileged Blood Samples for Use in Drinking
       and Driving Related Prosecutions.” 19 St. John’s Journal of Legal Commentary 507 (Summer
       2005).

92.    “Tucson Police Lab Dealing with DNA-test Backlog.” Arizona Republic B9 (October 10, 2005).

93.    Villa, Judi. “Advanced DNA Tests Can Offer New Leads.” Arizona Republic B1 (November 3,
       2005).

94.    Wagner, Dennis. “Arguments Rage Over Voice-Stress Lie Detector.” Arizona Republic A1
       (October 10, 2005).

95.    Wolfson, Adam. “’Electronic Fingerprints’: Doing Away with the Conception of Computer-
       Generated Records as Hearsay.” 104 Michigan Law Review 151 (October 2005).


Family Law

96.    Baker, Amy J.L. “Parent Alienation Strategies: A Qualitative Study of Adults Who Experienced
       Parental Alienation as a Child.” 23 American Journal of Forensic Psychology 41 (2005).

97.    Baldas, Tresa. “Divorces Sealed as Business Priority; Company Data, Privacy Drive Trend.” 28
       National Law Journal 1 (November 14, 2005).

98.    Baldas, Tresa. “Taking Combat out of Custody; As Custody Battles Intensify, Lawyers Take on
       New Roles.” 28 National Law Journal 1 (November 21, 2005).

99.    Davidian, V.A. “Domestic Violence Remedies.” 28 Family Advocate 17 (Fall 2005).

100.   Grado, Gary. “Delinquent Parents Going to Jail; New Court Begins Child Support Drive.” East
       Valley Tribune A6 (November 11, 2005).

101.   Millard, Elizabeth. “Live-Action Interaction: Virtual Visitation Diminishes Distances Between
       Divorced Parents and Their Kids.” 91 ABA Journal 24 (November 2005).

102.   Schmid, Randolph E. “Births to Unmarried Women Up.” Arizona Republic A3 (October 29, 2005).

103.   Sullivan, Mark E. “Military Custody – Twists and Turns.” 28 Family Advocate 23 (Fall 2005).

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104.    Wilson, Robin Fertwell. “Evaluating Marriage: Does Marriage Matter to the Nurturing of
        Children?” 42 University of San Diego Law Review 847 (August-September 2005).


Guardianship & Probate


Juries & Jury Reform

105.    Castaneda, Juan. “The Jury’s Dilemma: Playing God in the Search for Justice.” 72 Defense
        Counsel Journal 387 (October 2005).

106.    “Gilbert Hosting More Costly Jury Trials.” Arizona Republic B5 (October 11, 2005).

107.    Griffith, James D., et. al. “Expert Witnesses: Perceptions of Eligible Jurors.” 23 American
        Journal of Forensic Psychology 23 (2005).

108.    Post, Leonard. “Plan to Target Zip Codes for Jury Diversity Rejected; 1st Circuit Rules District
        Judge Didn’t Have Right to Change Jury Plan.” 28 National Law Journal 6 (November 7, 2005).

109.    Stephenson, Correy E. “States Struggle with Jury Diversity; New Legislation, Court Rules
        Proposed.” 2005 Lawyers Weekly USA 1 (October 24, 2005).

110.    Zawada, Sarah A. “Prohibiting Jurors from Working as Trial Consultants in Retrials: A Careful
        Balancing Act between First and Sixth Amendments.” 89 Marquette Law Review 179 (Fall 2005).


Technology and the Law

111.    Thompson, Kathryn A. “The World of Ethics and Technology Collide.” 23 Legal Assistant Today
        58 (September/October 2005).

112.    Villa, Judi. “Video Screens Edge Out Face-to-Face Visits in Jail.” Arizona Republic A1 (October
        31, 2005).

113.    Walker, Jessica M. “Post-Its and Paper Clips: How Low-Tech Prevailed in Patent Case” (October
        11, 2005), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1128947760041


Trial Practice

114.    Frederick, Paula J. “Learning to Live with Pro Se Opponents.” 22 GPSolo 48 (October/November
        2005).

115.    Lindsay, Alvin F. and Khizer Khan. “Jurors, Watch the Screen; Trial Lawyers Choose More
        Sophisticated Means of Persuasion.” XXVII Legal Times 32 (September 12, 2005).

116.    Mauro, Tony. “Bill Allowing Camera in Supreme Court Gains Momentum” (November 10, 2005),
        available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1131583507730

117.    McElhaney, James W. “Learn to Do Without: A Missing Client Doesn’t Always Mean a Lost
        Case.” 91 ABA Journal 28 (October 2005).

118.    Sharifi, John N. “Approaching the Bench: Trial Techniques for Defense Counsel in Criminal
        Bench Trials.” 28 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 687 (Spring 2005).

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119.   Stephenson, Correy E. “Judicial Conference Approves Civil Procedure New Rules; Electronic
       Discovery, Unpublished Opinions Face Change.” 106 Arizona Capitol Times 19 (October 7,
       2005).

120.   Tesoriero, Heather Won. “At Vioxx Trial, Fast Talkers Challenge Court Stenographer.” New York
       Times B1 (October 25, 2005).


General Interest

121.   Caldwell, Alicia. “Judge Wins $1 Million Verdict against State Trooper.” Denver Post C02
       (October 30, 2005).

122.   Glater, Jonathan. “A Law Firm Adds Another Shingle: Consultant.” New York Times C6 (October
       14, 2005).

123.   Gottlieb, Henry. “Lawyers See Fewer Trials and Less of Each Other” (October 3, 2005), available
       at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1127811911612

124.   Grado, Gary. “Justice Delayed: Long Witness Lists. Slow Lab Results and Inconclusive Evidence
       Can Often Slow the Judicial Pace.” East Valley Tribune A1 (October 5, 2005).

125.   Janak, Chris. “Too Much of Nothing; the Dangers of Over-Retention.” 12 Law Technology News
       36 (October 2005).

126.   Jones, Leigh. “Law Schools Multiply; Each New School Looks for a Niche.” 28 National Law
       Journal 1 (October 17, 2005).

127.   Peerenboom, Randall. “Human Rights and Rule of Law: What’s the Relationship?” 36
       Georgetown Journal of International Law 809 (Spring 2005).

128.   Roosevelt III, Kermit. “Constitutional Calcification: How the Law Becomes What the Court Does.”
       91 Virginia Law Review 1649 (November 2005).

129.   Rubin, Anat. “Study: Legal Aid Can’t Meet Needs of 80 Percent.” 118 Los Angeles Daily Journal
       1 (October 21, 2005).

130.   Zuckerman, Peter. “Courts Are Going to the Dogs … and Cats; Legislators, Law Schools, Judges
       Increasingly Are Recognizing Pets.” 118 Los Angeles Daily Journal 1 (November 25, 2005).




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