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					                                 Court Informer
                                      November 2006




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
Ethics............................................................................................................................................................ 5
Evidence....................................................................................................................................................... 6
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.     Dell’Angela, Tracy. “Peer Jury: Courts of First Resort; an Increasing Number of City Schools Use
       Format So Students Caught up in Minor Discipline Issues Can Be Judged by Their
       Contemporaries.” Chicago Tribune 2C (November 23, 2006).

2.     Feld, Barry C. “Juveniles’ Competence to Exercise Miranda Rights: An Empirical Study of Policy
       and Practice.” 91 Minnesota Law Review 26 (November 2006).

3.     “Girls Behind Bars Get Tips in Dance, Deportment from Finishing School.” 119 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 5 (October 20, 2006).

4.     Hunt, Jennifer. “Do Teen Birth Rates Keep American Crime High?” XLIX Journal of Law &
       Economics 533 (October 2006).

5.     Schulte, Brigid. “Va. Parents Trying to Unadopt Troubled Boy; Mother Says Caseworkers Failed
       to Disclose Child’s Stormy History.” Washington Post A1 (October 9, 2006).

6.     Scott, Jeffry. “Adoption Party Gives Kids Chance at New Life: ‘Hard to Place’ Children, Adults
       Size Each Other Up.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution D1 (October 22, 2006).

7.     Vannella, Daniel M. “Let the Jury Do the Wave: How Apprendi v. New Jersey Applies to Juvenile
       Transfer Proceedings.” 48 William and Mary Law Review 723 (November 2006).


Alternative Dispute Resolution

8.     Cruthirds, Kevin W. “The Use of Humor in Mediation.” 61 Dispute Resolution Journal 32 (August-
       October 2006).

9.     Dore, Laurie Kratky. “Public Courts Versus Private Justice: It’s Time to Let Some Sun Shine in
       on Alternative Dispute Resolution.” 81 Chicago-Kent Law Review 463 (2006).

10.    Tuchmann, Eric. “Revised Code of Ethics Takes Hold.” 61 Dispute Resolution Journal 5 (August-
       October 2006).

11.    Wolfe, Caryn Litt. “Faith-Based Arbitration: Friend or Foe? An Evaluation of Religious Arbitration
       Systems and Their Interaction with Secular Courts.” LXXV Fordham Law Review 427 (October
       2006).


Capital Cases & Capital Sentencing

12.    Blumenthal, Ralph. “A Growing Plea for Mercy for the Mentally Ill on Death Row.” New York
       Times A26 (November 23, 2006).

13.    Blumenthal, Ralph. “Hunger Strikes Break Out on Texas Death Row.” 119 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 4 (November 9, 2006).

14.    D’Avella, Joanna H. “Death Row for Child Rape? Cruel and Unusual Punishment under the
       Roper-Atkins ‘Evolving Standards of Decency’ Framework.” 92 Cornell Law Review 129
       (November 2006).

15.    Finkelstein, Claire. “A Contractarian Argument against the Death Penalty.” 81 New York
       University Law Review 1283 (October 2006).



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16.    Hart, Lianne. “More Calls for Death Penalty in Child Rape Cases; Measures in Several States Are
       Meant to Deter, but Critics See Execution Making Victims Less Likely to Tell – and More Likely to
       Be Killed.” Los Angeles Times A15 (October 10, 2006).

17.    Liptak, Adam. “Texas Court Rebuffs Bush and World Court.” New York Times A25 (November
       16, 2006).

18.    Smith, Craig S. “In Europe, It’s East vs. West in Debate over Death Penalty.” Arizona Republic
       A9 (November 26, 2006).


Courts & Court Administration

19.    Bellia, Jr., Anthony J. “State Courts and the Interpretation of Federal Statutes.” 59 Vanderbilt
       Law Review 1501 (October 2006).

20.    “Big Money Erodes Judges’ Credibility” (October 20, 2006), available at:
       http://www.usatoday.com/printedition/news/20061020/oppose20.art.htm.

21.    Bravin, Jess. “Lawyers Swing for Kennedy Vote; When Ideologies Clash, Justice May Tip
       Supreme Court’s Balance.” Wall Street Journal A2 (October 3, 2006).

22.    Bronstad, Amanda. “Aging Courthouses Draw Suits; Disability Group Sued L.A., Now San
       Bernardino.” 29 National Law Journal 4 (November 6, 2006).

23.    Collins,Dave. “Historic Hearing Pits Judiciary against Legislature” (November 1, 2006), available
       at:
       http://www.boston.com/news/local/connecticut/articles/2006/11/01/historic_hearing_pits_judiciary_
       against_legislature/.

24.    “Complaints against N.Y. Judges Rise – Again.” 29 National Law Journal 3 (October 16, 2006).

25.    Cosden, Merith, et al. “Effects of Motivation and Problem Severity on Court-Based Drug
       Treatment.” 52 Crime & Delinquency 572 (October 2006).

26.    Dean, John W. “Underpaid and Overworked: The National Disgrace of Undercompensating
       Federal Judges, While Allowing Their Workload to Balloon” (November 3, 2006), available at:
       http://writ.lp.findlaw.com/dean/20061103.html.

27.    DeBenedictis, Don J. “9th Circuit Judge Wins Top Honor for Federal Judiciary.” 119 Los Angeles
       Daily Journal 1 (October 23, 2006).

28.    Filosa, Gwen. “Court Suspend Often-Drunk Judge; Grant Parish Jurist May Return to Bench.”
       Times – Picayune A02 (November 1, 2006).

29.    Ford, Peter. “Death Penalty Gets Tighter Scrutiny in China; a Review of Cases by China’s
       Supreme Court May Reduce the Potential for Wrongful Convictions.” Christian Science Monitor
       06 (November 7, 2006).

30.    Geier, Peter. “Condition Critical: Long-Neglected Courthouses May Be Health Hazard.” 29
       National Law Journal 1 (October 9, 2006).

31.    Glaberson, William. “Justice Courts in Small Town to Be Upgraded.” New York Times A1
       (November 22, 2006).

32.    Lemon, Nancy K.D. “Access to Justice: Can Domestic Violence Courts Better Address the


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       Needs of Non-English Speaking Victims of Domestic Violence?” 21 Berkeley Journal of Gender,
       Law & Justice 38 (2006).

33.    Liptak, Adam. “Criminal Records Erased by Courts Live to Tell Tales; Time Served: The Digital
       Trail.” New York Times A1 (October 17, 2006).

34.    MacLean, Pamela. “New Circuit with No Hispanics Draws Fire; a 9th Circuit Judge Protests
       Current Proposals for a New 12th Circuit.” 29 National Law Journal 4 (October 2, 2006).

35.    Madeira, Jody Lynee. “Lashing Reason to the Mast: Understanding Judicial Constraints on
       Emotion in Personal Injury Litigation.” 40 U.C. Davis Law Review 137 (November 2006).

36.    Martin, Mark. “Lawyers Ask Judges for Cap on State Prison Populations; Inadequate Access to
       Health Care Called Unconstitutional.” San Francisco Chronicle B3 (November 14, 2006).

37.    Mauro, Tony. “Sealed Filings Increase at High Court.” 42 Legal Times 12 (October 16, 2006).

38.    “Nevada’s High Court Considers Judicial Reform.” 119 Los Angeles Daily Journal 5 (November
       27, 2006).

39.    “Pa. Judge Files a Lawsuit to Refuse Her Pay Raise” (October 22, 2006), available at:
       http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/states/pennsylvania/counties/philadelphia_county/ph
       iladelphia/15816394.htm.

40.    Ray, Laura Krugman. “Laughter at the Court: The Supreme Court as a Source of Humor.” 79
       Southern California Law Review 1397 (September 2006).

41.    Schlanger, Margo and Denise Lieberman. “Using Court Records for Research, Teaching, and
       Policymaking: The Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse.” 75 UMKC Law Review 155 (Fall 2006).

42.    Smalley, Suzanne. “Gun Court Eliminates Years of Backlog; DA Says Program Cleared 226
       Cases.” Boston Globe B3 (November 21, 2006).

43.    Sonner, Scott. “Even before His Shooting, Judge Was Seeking Ways to Defuse Volatile
       Divorces.” 119 Los Angeles Daily Journal 5 (October 6, 2006).

44.    Starble, Jonathan. “Gimme an ‘S’: The High Court’s Grammatical Divide” (October 17, 2006),
       available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1161002121409.

45.    Thomas, Meliah. “The First Amendment Right of Access to Docket Sheets.” 94 California Law
       Review 1537 (October 2006).


Criminal Justice

46.    Baldas, Tresa. “Parole Actions Fueled by Bar; Parolees Increase, as Does Lawyers’ Role.” 29
       National Law Journal 1 (October 2, 2006).

47.    “Calif. Cuts Access to Criminal Records” (October 25, 2006), available at:
       http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/624/10-25-2006/0c87001332544ec8.html.

48.    Carey, Flynn Patrick. “Extending the Home Court Advantage: A Call to Update the Arizona Civil
       Rights Restoration Scheme.” 48 Arizona Law Review 1129 (2006).

49.    Copeland, Larry. “Some See Fresno’s DUI Crackdown as a Model: Bar Stings and GPS Devices
       among Tough New Tactics.” USA Today A1 (November 6, 2006).

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50.    Cot, John. “New Sex Predator Law Facing Legal Tests.” San Francisco Chronicle B1 (October
       22, 2006).

51.    “County Clink Goes Pink in Missouri” (November 8, 2006), available at:
       http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/632/11-08-2006/7c30000c82518138.html.

52.    Dalby, J. Thomas. “The Case of Daniel McNaughton: Let’s Get the Story Straight.” 27 American
       Journal of Forensic Psychiatry 17 (2006).

53.    Diaz, Suzanne. “In re King: Is Rehabilitation from Serious Crimes Possible?” 48 Arizona Law
       Review 669 (2006).

54.    Drew, Christopher. “In New Orleans, Rust in the Wheels of Justice; Up to 500 Defendants Go
       Free after Flood Ruins Evidence.” New York Times A1 (November 21, 2006).

55.    Eckholm, Erik. “Experiment Will Test Effectiveness of Post-Prison Employment Programs.” 119
       Los Angeles Daily Journal 4 (October 3, 2006).

56.    Elliot, Catherine and Claire de Than. “Prosecuting the Drug Dealer When the Drug User Dies: R
       v. Kennedy (No 2).” 69 Modern Law Review 986 (November 2006).

57.    Ernde, Laura. “On Appeal, Criminal Cases Can Get a Little Weird Sometimes.” 119 Los Angeles
       Daily Journal 1 (November 26, 2006).

58.    Goldscheid, Julie. “Domestic and Sexual Violence as Sex Discrimination: Comparing American
       and International Approaches.” 28 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 355 (Spring 2006).

59.    Harris, Adam M. “Two Constitutional Wrongs Do Not Make a Right: Double Jeopardy and
       Prosecutorial Misconduct under the Brady Doctrine.” 28 Cardozo Law Review 931 (November
       2006).

60.    Huebner, Beth M. and Timothy S. Bynum. “An Analysis of Parole Decision Making Using a
       Sample of Sex Offenders: A Focal Concerns Perspective.” 44 Criminology 961 (November
       2006).

61.    Hunt, Kasie. “I in 32 U.S. Adults on Parole, in Jail or on Probation in ’05; Prison Admissions on
       Rise, Justice Report Says.” Arizona Republic A14 (November 30, 2006).

62.    Johnson, Carolyn. “Most Men Re-Offend, Says Study of Battering; Longest Look to Date Paints a
       Dark Picture.” Boston Globe GS1 (November 9, 2006).

63.    Johnson, Kevin. “Inmates Go to Court to Seek Right to Use the Internet; Opponents Say Access
       Could Reinjure Victims.” USA Today A5 (November 24, 2006).

64.    Kravets, David. “Judge Blocks Calif. Sex Offender Rules” (November 8, 2006), available at:
       http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/632/11-09-2006/79a1001249f0d5c3.html.

65.    Levenson, Laurie L. “Probationary Web Use.” 29 National Law Journal 13 (October 9, 2006).

66.    Liptak, Adam. “Laws Involving Contact with Minors Allow Prosecutors a Broad Range of
       Discretion.” New York Times A15 (October 2, 2006).

67.    Love, Margaret Colgate. “The Debt That Can Never Be Repaid: A Report Card on the Collateral
       Consequences of Conviction.” 21 Criminal Justice 16 (Fall 2006).

68.    Mainland, Grant R. “A Civil Jury in Criminal Sentencing: Blakely, Financial Penalties, and Public


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         Rights Exception to the Seventh Amendment.” 106 Columbia Law Review 1330 (October 2006).

69.      Morgan, Allison. “Civil Confinement of Sex Offenders: New York’s Attempt to Push the Envelope
         in the Name of Public Safety.” 86 Boston University Law Review 1001 (October 2006).

70.      Morris, Gregory, Peter B. Wood, and R. Gregory Dunaway. “Self-Control, Native Traditionalism,
         and Native American Substance Abuse: Testing the Cultural Invariance of a General Theory of
         Crime.” 52 Crime & Delinquency 572 (October 2006).

71.      Myers, III, Richard E. “Detector Dogs and Probable Cause.” 14 George Mason Law Review 1
         (Fall 2006).

72.      Natapoff, Alexandra. “Beyond Reliable: How Snitches Contribute to Wrongful Convictions.” 37
         Golden Gate University Law Review 107 (Fall 2006).

73.      “New Tactics Posed to Help Stop Drunken Driving.” Arizona Republic A10 (November 20, 2006).

74.      Redding, Richard E. “The Brain-Disordered Defendant: Neuroscience and Legal Insanity in the
         Twenty-First Century.” 56 American University Law Review 51 (October 2006).

75.      Redlich, Allison D., et al. “Use of the Criminal Justice System to Leverage Mental Health
         Treatment: Effects on Treatment Adherence and Satisfaction.” 34 Journal of the American
         Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 292 (2006).

76.      Schwartz, Emma. “Appeals Court to Consider Crack Sentences; At Issue: How Far Can Judges
         Depart from Federal Guidelines?” XXIX Legal Times 1 (November 20, 2006).

77.      Taylor, Krista. “Allowing Probation for Incest Offenses against a Child: An Injustice to Child-
         Victims and a Call for Repeal.” 8 Journal of Law & Family Studies 483 (2006).

78.      Warren, Jenifer. “Iowa Law Limiting Housing for Sex Offenders Assailed.” Arizona Republic A12
         (November 24, 2006).

79.      Wright, Ronald F. and Rodney L. Engen. “The Effects of Depth and Distance in a Criminal Code
         on Charging, Sentencing, and Prosecutor Power.” 84 North Carolina Law Review 1935
         (September 2006).


Ethics

80.      Gottlieb, Henry. “New Jersey Backs Super/Best Lawyer Ad Ban but Hints at Flexibility in
         Application” (November 17, 2006), available at:
         http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1163671529291.

81.      Hidlen, Julie. “Are Lawyers’ Blogs Protected by the First Amendment? Why State Bar Regulation
         of Law Blogs As ‘Advertising’ Would Be Elitist and Reductive” (October 16, 2006), available at:
         http://writ.lp.findlaw.com/hilden/20061016.html#Scene_1.

82.      Jones, Leigh. “Law Blogs Raising Prickly Ethical Issues; States Debate If It’s Free Speech or Ad.”
          29 National Law Journal 1 (October 9, 2006).

83.      Libby, Eileen. “Keep Up the Good Work; Ethics Rules on Competent Representation Makes No
         Exception for Public Defenders.” 92 ABA Journal 24 (October 2006).

84.      Liptak, Adam. “Justice Who Met with Inmates Receives a Stiff Reprimand.” 119 Los Angeles
         Daily Journal 5 (October 30, 2006).


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85.    Locke, Mandy. “North Carolina Bar Revokes Judge’s Law License.” 119 Los Angeles Daily
       Journal 5 (October 16, 2006).

86.    Mishory, Jordana. “Attorneys Planning Fla. Broadcast Ads Will Need State Bar’s Approval”
       (November 6, 2006), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1162461918113.


Evidence

87.    Beyer, Rebecca. “New E-Discovery Rules Mean Lawyers Must Learn the Language of
       Technology.” 119 Los Angeles Daily Journal 7 (November 15, 2006).

88.    Cole, Simon A. “The Prevalence and Potential Causes of Wrongful Conviction by Fingerprint
       Evidence.” 37 Golden Gate University Law Review 39 (Fall 2006).

89.    Erichson, Howard M. “Court-Ordered Confidentiality in Discovery.” 81 Chicago-Kent Law Review
       357 (2006).

90.    Heller, Kevin Jon. “The Cognitive Psychology of Circumstantial Evidence.” 105 Michigan Law
       Review 241 (November 2006).

91.    Langleben, Daniel D., et al. “True Lies: Delusions and Lie-Detection Technology.” 34 Journal of
       Psychiatry & Law 351 (Fall 2006).

92.    “Man Cleared by DNA Awarded $450,000.00” (November 10, 2006), available at:
       http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/632/11-10-2006/aa830008b769b95e.htm.

93.    Schauer, Frederick. “On the Supposed Jury-Dependence of Evidence Law.” 155 University of
       Pennsylvania Law Review 165 (November 2006).

94.    Sinrod, Eric. “Failing to Preserve Electronic Evidence Can Gut Your Case” (November 9, 2006),
       available at: http://technology.findlaw.com/articles/00006/010385.html.

95.    Weinstein, Henry. “Limited Use of Jail Informants Urged: State Blue Ribbon Panel Says
       Legislature Should Enact Laws Requiring Corroboration Evidence If Such Testimony Is Offered.”
       Los Angeles Times B4 (November 22, 2006).

96.    Willing, Richard. “Thefts Solved by DNA Analysis: Usage Expands in Non-Violent Crime.” USA
       Today A1 (October 20, 2006).


Family Law

97.    Antommaria, Armand H. Matheny. “Jehovah’s Witnesses, Roman Catholicism, and Neo-
       Calvinism: Religion and State Intervention in Parental, Medical Decision Making.” 8 Journal of
       Law & Family Studies 293 (2006).

98.    Bruch, Carol S. “Sound Research or Wishful Thinking in Child Custody Cases? Lessons from
       Relocation Law.” 40 Family Law Quarterly 281 (Summer 2006).

99.    “Deadbeat Dad Told to Wear Sign.” 29 National Law Journal 13 (October 16, 2006).

100.   Grossman, Joanna. “The Relationship of Biological to Legal Fatherhood: Two New Cases Show
       Courts Struggling to Find a Coherent Approach, as Non-Biological Fathers Fight for Their Rights
       to Children” (October 17, 2006), available at: http://writ.lp.findlaw.com/grossman/20061017.html.


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101.   Hamilton, Vivian. “Principles of U.S. Family Law.” LXXV Fordham Law Review 31 (October
       2006).

102.   Leventhal, John M. “Spousal Rights or Spousal Crimes: Where and When Are the Lines to Be
       Drawn?” 2006 Utah Law Review 351 (2006).

103.   Parness, Jeffrey A. “New Federal Paternity Laws: Securing More Fathers at Birth for the Children
       of Unwed Mothers.” 45 Brandeis Law Journal 59 (2006).

104.   Rosenblatt, Susannah. “County Still Lags in Child Support; despite Major Reforms, L.A. County
       Has One of the Lowest Collection Rates in the Nation, with Families Getting Only 45% of What
       They Are Owed.” Los Angeles Times B1 (November 27, 2006).

105.   Rosenthal, Elizabeth. “Widespread Domestic Abuse Found around the World.” Arizona Republic
       A9 (October 6, 2006).

106.   Rosettenstein, David S. “Alimony and Alimony Surrogates and the Implication of Income in
       American Family Law.” 25 QLR 1 (2006).

107.   Scharfenberg, David. “County Ad Puts Spotlight on Parents Who Owe Child Support.” New York
       Times WC7 (October 22, 2006).

108.   Siebel, Cynthia C. “Fathers and Their Children: Legal and Psychological Issues of Joint
       Custody.” 40 Family Law Quarterly 213 (Summer 2006).

109.   Sunnucks, Mike. “Divorce’s Impact Extends beyond Family to Business.” 27 Business Journal 4
       (October 13, 2006).

110.   Thompson, D.A. Rollie. “The Chemistry of Support: The Interaction of Child and Supposal
       Support.” 25 Canadian Family Law Quarterly 251 (October 2006).

111.   Tooher, Nora Lockwood. “Parent Coordinators Help Divorced Couples Who Won’t Stop Fighting.”
       2006 Lawyers USA 12 (November 20, 2006).



Guardianship & Probate

112.   Berall, Frank S. “Oral Trusts and Wills: Are They Valid?” 33 Estate Planning 17 (November
       2006).

113.   Hsieh, Sylvia. “Who Owns Your E-mail after You Die?” 2006 Lawyers USA 14 (November 20,
       2006).

114.   Scalise, Jr., Ronald J. “Honor Thy Father and Mother?: How Intestacy Law Goes Too Far in
       Protecting Parents.” 37 Seton Hall Law Review 171 (2006).


Juries & Jury Reform

115.   “Celebrity Jurors Get a Day of Appreciation at Manhattan Court” (November 17, 2006), available
       at: http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/51/11-17-2006/12900007d92f73f1.html.

116.   Cook, Rhonda. “Fulton Can’t Find Half Its Jury Pool.” Atlanta Journal – Constitution A1 (October
       1, 2006).

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117.    Douglas, Charles W. “What to Do When the Jury Gets It Wrong.” 33 Litigation 20 (Fall 2006).

118.    Fleming, Karl. “Clothes Could Make or Break the Lawyer, for Jurors at Least.” 119 Los Angeles
        Daily Journal 8 (October 24, 2006).

119.    Garrison, Jessica. “Lawyers Tap Their Feelings to Connect with Jurors: Attorneys Use a
        Technique Called Psychodrama to Learn to Win a Jury’s Sympathy.” Los Angeles Times B1
        (November 25, 2006).

120.    Hansen, Ronald J. “Lawyer Raps County Jury Selection.” Detroit News B2 (November 3, 2006).

121.    Huebner, Benjamin T. “Beyond Tanner: An Alternative Framework for Postverdict Juror
        Testimony.” 81 New York University Law Review 1469 (October 2006).

122.    McDonough, Molly. “Rogue Jurors.” 92 ABA Journal 39 (October 2006).

123.    Parker, Laura. “Jury Duty Is Getting Harder to Shirk: No-shows Being Told: One Way or
        Another, We’ll See You in Court.” USA Today A3 (November 7, 2006).

124.    “Washington State Raises Juror Pay to Minimum Wage.” 119 Los Angeles Daily Journal 5
        (October 11, 2006).

125.    Wilson, Charles. “Jurors by Day, Juveniles at Night: Records Show Panelists Got ‘Giggly’ While
        Sequestered” (November 29, 2006), available at: http://news.lp.findlaw.com/ap/o/51/11-30-
        2006/cc1f000d2adece8c.html.


Technology and the Law

126.    Burney, Brett. “Adobe Acrobat Updates Likely to Lure Lawyers” (September 19, 2006), available
        at: http://www.law.com/jsp/legaltechnology/pubArticleLT.jsp?id=1158582918768.

127.    Crist, Maria Perez. “Preserving the Duty to Preserve: The Increasing Vulnerability of Electronic
        Information.” 58 South Carolina Law Review 7 (Autumn 2006).

128.    Dahl, Dick. “Pictures Telling Stories; Lawyers Expand Use of Video Depositions.” 2006 Lawyers
        USA 14 (October 9, 2006).

129.    Lederer, Frederic. “It’s Prime Time for Videoconferencing in Court: (October 11, 2006), available
        at: http://www.law.com/jsp/legaltechnology/pubArticleLT.jsp?id=1160471120139.


Trial Practice

130.    Baldas, Tresa. “Face-off over Evidence Review; Child Porn Exhibits Kept from Defense.” 29
        National Law Journal 1 (November 6, 2006).

131.    McElhaney, James W. “Telling It to the Judge; a Good Story Is the Best Vehicle for Showing the
        Strengths of Your Case.” 92 ABA Journal 22 (November 2006).


General Interest

132.    Beale, Sara Sun. “The News Media’s Influence on Criminal Justice Policy: How Market-Driven
        News Promotes Punitiveness.” 48 William and Mary Law Review 397 (November 2006).

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133.   Birk, Mary Price. “Walking on Eggshells – Avoiding Retaliation Claims When an Employee Who
       Files a Discrimination Complaint Does Not Leave.” 32 Employee Relations Law Journal 10
       (Winter 2006).

134.   Cline, Denise Smith. “’He Posted WHAT?’ Managing Employee Blogs in the Workplace.” 48 For
       the Defense 26 (October 2006).

135.   Comisky, Hope A. and Christopher P. Zubowicz. “The Law of Criminal Background Checks.” 32
       Employee Relations Law Journal 66 (Winter 2006).

136.   Duffy, Shannon. “Wording of Debt-Collection Letters ‘Could’ Bring Problems for Laywers”
       (October 6, 2006), available at: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1160039129910

137.   Friedman, Ilana. “Where Public and Private Spaces Converge: Discriminatory Media Access to
       Government Information.” LXXV Fordham Law Review 253 (October 2006).

138.   Holzer, Harry J., Steven Raphael, and Michael A. Stoll. “Perceived Criminality, Criminal
       Background Checks, and the Racial Hiring Practices of Employers.” XLIX Journal of Law &
       Economics 451 (October 2006).

139.   Malan, Douglas A. “Bonus Brought Lawyer’s Hourly Rate to $1,500” (October 30, 2006), available
       at: http://www.law.com/jsp/law/LawArticleFriendly.jsp?id=1161939919773.

140.   Phillips, Allie. “Health Care Providers’ Roles after Crawford, Davis & Hammon.” 40 The
       Prosecutor 18 (September/October 2006).

141.   Rogers, Brian. “Judge Removed from Trial of Teenager in Drug Case; Attorney Says Policy of
       Requiring Jail Time Is Unjust.” Houston Chronicle B1 (October 4, 2006).

142.   Runge, Robin R. “Employment Rights of Sexual Assault Victims.” 40 Clearinghouse Review 299
       (September-October 2006).

143.   Seelye, Katharine Q. “Clash of a Judge and a Small Paper Underlies the Tangled History of
       Defamation.” New York Times C4 (November 20, 2006).

144.   Walt, Steven. “Eliminating Corrective Justice.” 92 Virginia Law Review 1311 (November 2006).




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