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					                                 Court Informer
                                          May 2009




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 Circulation
Desk at (602) 506-3461 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 .................................................................................................................. 1
Criminal Justice........................................................................................................................................... 3
Ethics............................................................................................................................................................ 5
Evidence....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Family Law ................................................................................................................................................... 6
Guardianship & Probate ............................................................................................................................. 7
Juries & Jury Reform .................................................................................................................................. 7
Technology and the Law ............................................................................................................................ 8
Trial Practice................................................................................................................................................ 8
General Interest ........................................................................................................................................... 8
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Adoption, Foster Care & Juvenile Justice

1.     Bones, Allie. “AZ Fails to Protect Teens from Dating Violence.” Ahwatukee Foothills News 11
       (April 8, 2009).

2.     Bosman, Julie. “Too Old for the Foster Care System, and Facing Life in the City during a
       Recession.” New York Times A23 (April 8, 2009).

3.     Holland, Jesse. “Court to Review Life Terms Given Young Offenders. Nearly 2,500 Juveniles Are
       in Prison without Parole in U.S.” Houston Chronicle 10 (May 5, 2009).

4.     Lospennato, Ronald K. “Multifaceted Strategies to Stop the School-to-Prison Pipeline.” 42
       Clearinghouse Review 528 (March-April 2009).

5.     Zahn, Margaret A., Jacob C. Day, Sharon F. Mihalic, and Lisa Tichavsky. “Determining What
       Works for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System: A Summary of Evaluation Evidence.” 55 Crime &
       Delinquency 266 (April 2009).


Alternative Dispute Resolution

6.     Brewer, Thomas J. and Lawrence R. Mills. “When Arbitrators ‘Exceed Their Powers’ – A New
       Study of Vacated Arbitration Awards.” 64 Dispute Resolution Journal 38 (February-April 2009).


Capital Cases & Capital Sentencing

7.     Arango, Tim. “Death Row Foes See New Hurdle to DNA Testing.” New York Times A1 (May 21,
       2009).

8.     Baron, Courtney Rachel. “An Eye for an Eye Leaves Everyone Blind: Fields v. Brown and the
       Case for Keeping the Bible out of Capital Sentencing Deliberations.” 103 Northwestern University
       Law Review 369 (Winter 2009).

9.     Davey, Monica. “Executions Debated As Missouri Plans One.” New York Times A14 (May 19,
       2009).

10.    Dolan, Maura. “Death Penalty Rarely Means Case Closed; ‘Dysfunctional’ System Is Estimated to
       Cost the State $5 Million over 3 Decades of Appeals – and That’s for One Case.” Los Angeles
       Times A9 (May 18, 2009).

11.    Graczyk, Michael. “Killer Executed In Texas, the 13th This Year.” 122 Los Angeles Daily Journal
       4 (April 16, 2009).

12.    Minsker, Natasha. “Prosecutorial Misconduct in Death Penalty Cases.” 45 California Western
       Law Review 373 (Spring 2009).

13.    Visser, Steve. “Half-decade Wait in Some Capital Cases: Death-Penalty Trial Dates Delayed,
       Frustrate Families.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution A1 (April 6, 2009).

14.    Weiss, Kenneth and Clarence Watson. “Aftermath of Atkins: A Perspective on Managing the
       Death Penalty and Mental Retardation Cases.” 30 American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry 17
       (2009).

15.    Widaman, Ph.D., Keith F. and Gary N. Siperstein, Ph.D. “Assessing Adaptive Behavior of
       Criminal Defendants in Capital Cases: A Reconsideration.” 27 American Journal of Forensic

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       Psychology 5 (2009).

16.    Woodward, Curt. “Lawsuit Challenges Washington Lethal Injections.” 122 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 3 (May 22, 2009).


Courts & Court Administration

17.    Bacharach, Honorable Robert. “Judicial Advocacy in Pro Se Litigation: A Return to Neutrality.”
       42 Indiana Law Review 19 (2009).

18.    Baldas, Tresa. “Judge Forgot to Put ‘Not Guilty’ Verdict on Form” (April 24, 2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202430167829.

19.    Baldas, Tresa. “Misdemeanor Courts a Waste of Time and Money, Says Defense Lawyers
       Group” (April 30, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430316091.

20.    Chemerinsky, Jeffrey M. and Jonathan L. Williams. “Measuring Judges and Justice.” 58 Duke
       Law Journal 1173 (April 2009).

21.    Choi, Stephen J., Mitu Gulati and Eric A. Posner. “Judicial Evaluations and Information Forcing:
       Ranking State High Courts and Their Judges.” 58 Duke Law Journal 1313 (April 2009).

22.    Confessore, Nicholas. “Top Judge Plans a Task Force on Wrongful Convictions.” New York
       Times A19 (May 1, 2009).

23.    Fayle, Kevin. “Judges Say the Darndest Things: Findlaw’s Lost if the Top Ten Oddball Judicial
       Decisions” (May 21, 2009), available at: http://blogs.findlaw.com/courtside/2009/05/judges-say-
       the-darndest-things-findlaws-list-of-the-top-ten-oddball-judicial-decisions.html.

24.    Funk, Matthew. “Sticks and Stones: The Ability to Appeal from Judicial Criticism.” 157 University
       of Pennsylvania Law Review 1485 (May 2009).

25.    Lazarus, Edward. “The Problem of Supreme Court Justices Remaining on the Bench too Long:
       Although It’s a Genuine Concern, Recently-Suggested Reforms Are More Problematic than the
       Status Quo” (April 14, 2009), available at: http://writ.lp.findlaw.com/lazarus/20090414.html.

26.    Leingang, Matt. “Justice Ginsburg Laments Being High Court’s Only Woman” (April 14, 2009),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202429874124.

27.    Libby, Eileen. “Watch What You Ask For; Appearance Counts When Judges Seek Private Funds
       for Courts.” 95 ABA Journal 24 (April 2009).

28.    Liptak, Adam. “When the Justices Ask Questions, Be Prepared to Lose the Case.” New York
       Times A10 (May 26, 2009).

29.    Marek, Lynne. “Delaware, New York Courts Retain Popularity; Business-Friendly Venues Sought
       More Than Ever.” 31 National Law Journal 6 (April 27, 2009).

30.    Marek, Lynne. “Federal Illinois Judge Grouse about Lawyer Attire in the Courtroom” (May 20,
       2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticlePrinterFriendlyNLJ.jsp?id=1202430862251.

31.    Marek, Lynne. “Illinois High Court Ruling in Sexual Harassment Case May Have Ripple Effect”
       (April 24, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202430148248.



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32.    Markon, Jerry. “Threats to Judges, Prosecutors Soaring; Worried Court Personnel Resort to
       Guards, Identity Shields, Weapons.” Washington Post A1 (May 25, 2009).

33.    Milenkowski, Katerina and Mary S. Diemer. “Is Justice Denied a Shortcut to Anarchy? State
       Budget Woes Are Affecting Courts.” 34 Litigation News 6 (Spring 2009).

34.    Miller, Cheryl. “Budget Shortfall Leads to L.A. Superior Court Closures, Furloughs” (May 20,
       2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430852028.

35.    Miller, Cheryl. “Calif. Court Perks All over the Map” (April 6, 2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202429690020.

36.    Pordum, Matthew. “AOC Is Loathe to Close Courts, but Options Are Dwindling.” 122 Los
       Angeles Daily Journal 1 (May 21, 2009).

37.    Roemer, John. “Coming Soon to a Court near You? 9th Circuit Pushes for Cameras in Federal
       Courts.” 122 Los Angeles Daily Journal 1 (May 11, 2009).

38.    Savage, Charlie. “A Judge’s View of Judging Is on the Record.” New York Times A19 (May 15,
       2009).

39.    Schwartz, John. “At a Symposium of Judges, a Debate on the Laws of Fashion.” New York
       Times A10 (May 23, 2009).

40.    Schwartz, John. “Pinched Courts Push to Collect Fees and Fines.” New York Times A1 (April 7,
       2009).

41.    Stashenko, Joel. “No Judicial Pay Raises until Economy Improves, N.Y. Governor Says” (May 4,
       2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430401748.


Criminal Justice

42.    Barkow, Rachel E. “The Court of Life and Death: The Two Tracks of Constitutional Sentencing
       Law and the Case for Uniformity.” 107 Michigan Law Review 1145 (May 2009).

43.    Bibas, Stephanos. “Prosecutorial Regulation Versus Prosecutorial Accountability.” 157 University
       of Pennsylvania Law Review 959 (April 2009).

44.    Bronstad, Amanda. “Courts Seek Route in GPS Cases; Two Cases Focus on Use of Global
       Positioning System to Track Suspects.” 31 National Law Journal 5 (April 6, 2009).

45.    Buske, Jennifer. “Grant to Free up Jail Space Is Sought; Program Would Release Some
       Inmates.” Washington Post T20 (May 14, 2009).

46.    Colb, Sherry F. “Implications of the ‘Holier-than-Thou-Effect’ for Criminal Justice” (May 11, 2009),
       available at: http://writ.lp.findlaw.com/colb/20090511.html.

47.    Cole, Simon A. and Rachel Diaso-Villa. “Investigating the ‘CSI Effect’ Effect: Media and Litigation
       Crisis in Criminal Law.” 61 Stanford Law Review 1335 (April 2009).

48.    Connell, III, James G. “Cultural Considerations in Motions and Sentencing.” 92 Judicature 212
       (March-April 2009).

49.    Coyle, Marcia. “DOJ Works to Identify Criminal Defendants Incorrectly Convicted under Felony
       Provisions of ID Fraud Statute” (April 10, 2009), available at:


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       http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202429802918.

50.    Coyle, Marcia. “Study Urges Overwhelmed Attorneys for the Indigent to Reject New Cases” (April
       16, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202429928841.

51.    Cross, Danielle M. “Skirting the Line: Restricting Online Pedophilic Guides within the Confines of
       the First Amendment.” 32 Seattle University Law Review 711 (Spring 2009).

52.    Eligon, John. “New Law to Limit Public Defenders’ Caseloads in New York City.” New York
       Times A19 (April 6, 2009).

53.    Fender, Jessica. “New Bill Aims for Emptier Prisons; a Reform Proposal’s Design Is to Save
       Monry by Putting Fewer Criminals in Cells.” Denver Post B4 (April 15, 2009).

54.    Green, Ariana. “More States Using GPS to Track Abusers and Stalkers.” New York Times A10
       (May 9, 2009).

55.    Hendrix, Steve. “Getting a High-Tech Jump on Troubled Ex-Offenders; New Md. Parole Chief
       Focuses Efforts.” Washington Post T3 (April 9, 2009).

56.    Klass, M.D., Perri. “The Marks of Childhood or the Marks of Abuse?” New York Times D5 (May
       12, 2009).

57.    Lavagnino, Javier. CA County D.A. Decides Not to Prosecute Certain Crimes at All: Is That
       Legal?” (April 27, 2009), available at: http://blogs.findlaw.com/blotter/2009/04/ca-county-da-
       decides-not-to-prosecute-certain-crimes-at-all-is-that-legal.html.

58.    Lavagnino, Javier. “NJ Supreme Court Slams Door on Individual Towns’ Sex Offender,
       Residency Limits” (May 7, 2009), available at: http://blogs.findlaw.com/blotter/2009/05/nj-
       supreme-court-slams-door-on-invidual-towns-sex-offender-residency-limits.html.

59.    Lininger, Tom. “The Sound of Silence: Holding Batterers Accountable for Silencing Their
       Victims.” 87 Texas Law Review 857 (April 2009).

60.    Marks, Alexandria. “Decline in Blacks in Prison for Drug Crimes Reverses 25-Year Trend.”
       Christian Science Monitor 2 (April 14, 2009).

61.    Moore, Solomon. “Decline in Blacks Imprisoned on Drug Offenses.” New York Times A11 (April
       15, 2009).

62.    Moore, Solomon. “Justice Dept. Seeks Equity in Sentences for Cocaine.” Wall Street Journal
       A17 (April 30, 2009).

63.    Neil, Martha. “Arrested at 13, Freed 16 Years Later after Witnesses Recant” (May 4, 2009),
       available at:
       http://www.abajournal.com/weekly/arrestted_at_13_freed_16_years_later_after_witnesses_recant.

64.    Rankin, Bill. “No Money, No Defense for Poor: As Public Defender Funds Run Short, Lawyers
       Drop Their Criminal Clients.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution A1 (May 6, 2009).

65.    Reynolds, Ryan Scott. “Equal Justice under Law: Post-Booker, Should Federal Judges Be Able
       to Depart from the Federal Sentencing Guidelines to Remedy Disparity between Codefendants’
       Sentences?” 109 Columbia Law Review 538 (April 2009).

66.    Sampsell-Jones, Ted. “Making Defendants Speak.” 93 Minnesota Law Review 1327 (April 2009).



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67.      Vaughn, Kevin and David Olinger. “DUI Arrests Stats Staggering; 10,000 Busted in State Each
         Year for DUI Are Repeat Offenders.” Denver Post A1 (April 26, 2009).

68.      Zip, Yvonne. “Courts Divided on Police Use of GPS Tracking.” Christian Science Monitor 2 (May
         15, 2009).


Ethics

69.      Fayle, Kevin. “Federal Judge Sentenced to Almost 3 Years for Obstruction of Justice” (May 11,
         2009), available at: http://blogs.findlaw.com/courtside/2009/05/federal-judge-sentenced-to-
         almost-3-years-for-obstruction-of-justice.html.

70.      Fayle, Kevin. “Judge Allegedly Hides Money for Stripper, Loses Job” (April 23, 2009), available
         at: http://blogs.findlaw.com/courtside/2009/04/judge-allegedly-hides-money-for-stripper-loses-
         job.html.

71.      Gallagher, Mary Pat. “Two N.J. Judges Face Ethics Charges over Derogatory Comments from
         Bench” (April 7, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202429708595.

72.      Gallagher, Mary Pat. “Wiseacre Judge Says He’s Suffered Enough for His Barbs from the Bench”
         (May 14, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430685451.

73.      Johnson, Gene. “Seattle’s ‘Judge Judy’ Once Again Punished for Rudeness.” 122 Los Angeles
         Daily Journal 3 (April 13, 2009).

74.      Jones, Leigh. “Texas Appeals Court Revokes Attorney’s License for Failing to Repay Student
         Loan, Other Debts” (April 14, 2009), available at:
         http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202429889320.

75.      McKinley, Jr., James C. “Judge Sentenced to Prison for Lying about Harassment.” New York
         Times A15 (May 12, 2009).

76.      Miller, Cheryl. “Judge Accused of Routinely Leaving Work Early Agrees to Resign” (April 17,
         2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202429973406.

77.      Spain, Thomas. “Ethics: Lawyers Criticizing Judges.” 2009 Lawyers USA 8 (May 2009).


Evidence

78.      Brackenbury, Lauren, Drew Barzman and Neal Dunsieth. “Evaluating Forensic Interviewing of
         Children in Sexual Abuse Cases: Guidelines for Forensic Psychiatry.” 30 American Journal of
         Forensic Psychiatry 45 (2009).

79.      Carey, Benedict. “Judging Honesty by Words, Not Fidgets.” New York Times D1 (May 12, 2009).

80.      Chilson, Jessica L. “Unmasking John Doe: Setting a Standard for Discovery in Anonymous
         Internet Defamation Cases.” 95 Virginia Law Review 389 (April 2009).

81.      DeBenedictis, Don J. “DA in O.C. Dropping Cases in Exchange for DNA.” 122 Los Angeles Daily
         Journal 1 (April 15, 2009).

82.      Dewan, Shaila. “Prosecutors Cut Inmates’ Access to DNA Testing.” New York Times A1 (May
         18, 2009).



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83.    Eigo, Tim. “True Crime Drama Unfolds; New Report Rates Forensic Fact, Fiction.” 45 Arizona
       Attorney 12 (April 2009).

84.    Fountain, Henry. “Plugging Holes in the Science of Forensics.” New York Times D1 (May 12,
       2009).

85.    Imwinkelried, Edward J. “Questioning Forensic Evidence; a Recently Released Expert Scientific
       Report Raises Several Issues.” 31 National Law Journal 11 (May 4, 2009).

86.    Jones, Cynthia E. “The Right Remedy for the Wrongly Convicted: Judicial Sanctions for the
       Destruction of DNA Evidence.” 77 Fordham Law Review 2893 (May 2009).

87.    Kahn, Jonathan. “Race, Genes, and Justice: A Call to Reform the Presentation of Forensic DNA
       Evidence in Criminal Trials.” 74 Brooklyn Law Review 325 (Winter 2009).

88.    Lawless, Jill. “Britain to Trim DNA Profiles; Thousands of Innocent People Expected to Be Cut
       from Database.” Houston Chronicle 21 (May 8, 2009).

89.    Moore, Solomon. “In a Lab, an Ever-Growing Database of DNA Profiles.” New York Times D3
       (May 12, 2009).

90.    Sidoti, Mark and Paul Asfendis. “Haunted by Voices? Digital Voicemail Can Create Havoc on E-
       discovery.” Law Technology News 26 (May 2009).


Family Law

91.    Basu, Moni. “Child Support on the Docket: Hit by Downturn, Some Parents Tell Courts that the
       Obligations They Once Willingly Shouldered Are Now Unbearable. Kids Caught in the Middle.”
       Atlanta Journal-Constitution B1 (April 12, 2009).

92.    Bosman, Julie. “Fathers Fill Courts with Pleas to Cut Child Support; for the Poor, Benefit
       Reduction Can Send a Family to Financial Crisis.” Houston Chronicle 10 (April 5, 2009).

93.    Clemens, Gabrielle. “Divorce and the Perfect Economic Storm: A Case Study.” 23 American
       Journal of Family Law 68 (Summer 2009).

94.    DeBenedictis, Don J. “Ruling Could Make Fees More of a Family Affair; Appellate Judge Finds
       Income Disparity Alone Cannot Be Basis for Bearing Divorce Costs.” 122 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 1 (April 3, 2009).

95.    Fass, Mark. “Wife May Use Husband’s Emails in Divorce Case” (May 13, 2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/legaltechnology/pubArticleLT.jsp?id=1202430669109.

96.    Hennessy-Fiske, Molly. “Surge in Child Support Modifications: As Unemployment Rises, So
       Does the Number of Cases Being Reassessed. Collections Are up as State Garnishees More
       Unemployment Checks, and More from the Middle Class Are Seeking the State’s Help.” Los
       Angeles Times A41 (May 3, 2009).

97.    Liebman, Andrienne M. and David L. Gamblin. “Courts Should Be More Cognizant of Economy
       When Imputing Parents’ Income.” 122 Los Angeles Daily Journal 8 (April 20, 2009).

98.    Mitev, Vesselin. “Judges Resist Bids to Upset Child Support in Face of Economic Upheaval”
       (April 23, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430126574.

99.    Searcey, Dionne. “Dirty Laundry Aired: The Fight over Revealing Divorce Details.” Wall Street


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       Journal A10 (May 28, 2009).

100.   Seigneur, Ronald L. and Kevin R. Yeanoplos. “Show Me the Money: Defining Income in Marital
       Dissolutions.” 31 Family Advocate 12 (Spring 2009).

101.   Tailor, Sanjay T. “Better Civil Practice in Dissolution of Marriage Litigation.” 40 Loyola University
       Chicago Law Journal 911 (Summer 2009).

102.   Vivatvaraphol, Tai. “Back to Basics: Determining a Child’s Habitual Residence in International
       Child Abduction Cases under the Hague Convention.” 77 Fordham Law Review 3325 (May
       2009).

103.   Wallerstein, Judith S. and Julia M. Lewis. “Divorced Fathers and Their Adult Offspring: Report
       from a Twenty-five Year Longitudinal Study.” 42 Family Law Quarterly 695 (Winter 2009).


Guardianship & Probate


Juries & Jury Reform

104.   Baldas, Tresa. “The Female Factor: Litigators, Experts Say Mostly Female Jury Is the New
       Norm.” 31 National Law Journal 1 (May 18, 2009).

105.   “’Bored’ Juror Goes Missing from Court” (May 20, 2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430835022.

106.   Cornwell, Lisa. “Jurors’ At-Home-Experiments May Lead to New Trial in Bathtub Drowning Case”
       (April 29, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430271668.

107.   Drummond, Mark A. “The Art of Persuading Jurors: Direct and Cross-Examination of Experts.”
       38 The Brief 58 (Spring 2009).

108.   Fitzgerald, Patrick J. “Thoughts on How the Legal System Treats Jurors.” 2009 Wisconsin Law
       Review 1.

109.   Kuhles, Beth. “Electronic Jury Program Shows Cost Savings Service Has Saved County
       $100,000 in First Year.” Houston Chronicle 7 (May 14, 2009).

110.   “Man Jailed 83 Days over Jury Duty; Texas Judge Was Unaware of Detention.” Arizona Republic
       A11 (May 10, 2009).

111.   Qualters, Sheri. “Sleepy Juror Prompts Reversal of Conviction” (May 1, 2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430360764.

112.   Ratchiffe, Heather. “Legal System Is Atwitter about Jurors’ Tweets; New Rules Suggested in
       Missouri Would Guard against Abuse.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch A1 (April 27, 2009).

113.   Raysman, Richard and Peter Brown. “How Blogging Affects Legal Proceedings” (May 13, 2009),
       available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/law/careercenter/lawArticleCareerCenter.jsp?id=1202430647333&rss=careercenter.

114.   “Texas Man Jailed after Skipping out on Jury Duty; McKinney Man Served 83 Days with No
       Access to Public Defender.” Houston Chronicle 3 (May 10, 2009).

115.   Tooher, Nora Lockwood. “Focus on Jurors’ ‘Fight or Flight’ Response.” 2009 Lawyers USA 9


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        (April 2009).


Technology and the Law


Trial Practice

116.    Clair, Alanna. “’An Opportunity for Effective Cross Examination’: Limits on the Confrontation
        Right of the Pro Se Defendant.” 42 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 719 (Spring
        2009).

117.    Epstein, Jeremy G. “Why Study the Classics? Close Reading of Literature Teaches Litigators
        Skills of Persuasion.” 31 National Law Journal 22 (May 4, 2009).

118.    Ezell, Sandra Giannone and David E. Gluckman. “Voir Dire in Cases with Child Plaintiffs.” 51 For
        the Defense 18 (April 2009).

119.    Jones, Michael D. “When Laughter Is the Best Defense; Faced with 12 Angry Jurors, Corporate
        Advocates Might Try a Little Humor.” XXXII Legal Times 16 (April 13, 2009).

120.    Ritter, G. Christopher. “Visual Effects.” 122 Los Angeles Daily Journal 6 (April 13, 2009).

121.    Roberts, Alana. “Mistrial Declared over Executive’s Texting from Witness Stand” (May 15, 2009),
        available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430721257.

122.    Webb, Dan K. and J. David Reich. “In a Closing, Argue, Don’t Summarize; There Is No Set
        Formula, but the Closing Should Address Jurors’ Sense of Justice and Burden of Proof.” 31
        National Law Journal 18 (May 18, 2009).


General Interest

123.    Atwood, Barbara A. “The Uniform Law Commission; Its Continuing Relevance to Arizona.” 45
        Arizona Attorney 30 (April 2009).

124.    Baldas, Tresa. “Employment Lawyers Predict Furloughs May Leas to Lawsuits” (May 19, 2009),
        available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430816709.

125.    Baldas, Tresa. “Lawsuit Claims Chadbourne Overcharged for Computerized Legal Research”
        (May 8, 2009), available at:
        http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202430546153&Lawsuit_Claims_Chadbourne_Overcharge
        d_for_Computerized_Legal_Research.

126.    Baldas, Tresa. “On-call Employees Are Increasingly Suing over Unpaid Restrictions on Freedom”
        (May 19, 2009), available at:
        http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202430826165&slreturn=1.

127.    Baldas, Tresa. “Workplace Defamation Suits on the Rise” (April 13, 2009), available at:
        http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202429865683.

128.    Bronstad, Amanda. “California’s Hurdle to Out-of-State Lawyers Assailed” (May 19, 2009),
        available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202430838652.

129.    Carnathan, Sean T. “Court Hits Pause in Case Involving Internet Video of Deposition.” 32
        Litigation News 21 (Spring 2009).

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130.   Dominus, Susan. “$80,000.00 a Year off From Law? She’ll Take It.” New York Times A1 (April
       13, 2009).

131.   Fayle, Kevin. “Are the Poor in the US Denied Access to Justice?” (April 15, 2009), available at:
       http://blogs.findlaw.com/courtside/2009/04/are-the-poor-in-the-us-denied-access-to-justice.html.

132.   Finkin, Matthew W., Joseph A. McCahery and Erik P.M. Vermeulen. “Solving the Employee
       Reference Problem: Lessons from the German Experience.” LVII American Journal of
       Comparative Law 387 (Spring 2009).

133.   Fulgoni-Britton, Rozlyn. “Drawing a Line on the Blackboard: Why High School Students Cannot
       Welcome Sexual Relationships with Their Teachers.” 42 Indiana Law Review 257 (2009).

134.   Glater, Jonathan D. “Amateur Hour in Court; In a Downturn, More People Act as Their Own
       Lawyers.” New York Times B1 (April 10, 2009).

135.   Gonzales, Angela. “Valley Child Abuse Cases in the Increase as Recession Takes Its Toll.” 29
       Phoenix Business Journal 10 (May 15, 2009).

136.   MacPherson, James. “Man Accused of Posing as Lawyer across the U.S. Goes to Trial for Fraud”
       (April 15, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202429908215.

137.   Marek, Lynne. “Chicago’s Public Defender Wins Victory over Staff Cuts – but He Won’t Have
       Time to Savor It” (April 1, 2009), available at:
       http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202429553221.

138.   Marek, Lynne. “Univ. of Alabama School of Law Will Allow Select Group to Apply without LSATs”
       (April 8, 2009), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202429724027.

139.   McCaffrey, Mark. “Court Translators’ Role Is Often Open to Interpretation.” 122 Los Angeles
       Daily Journal 4 (April 27, 2009).

140.   Needles, Zack. “Panel: Law Schools Must Adapt to New Post-Grad Reality” (May 6, 2009),
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148.   Stashenko, Joel. “Lack-of-Notice Defense Reinstated in Closely Watched Trip-and-Fall Case”
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