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  • Krahmer, John (The State Bar of Texas, 1981)
    Professor Krahmer has contributed to the first volume of the second edition of Creditor’s Rights in Texas by writing both Chapters 3 and 4. Chapter 3: Commercial Paper Under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code provides ...
  • Krahmer, John (University of Toledo Law Review, 1973)
    This article provides an in-depth look at Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code and how this primarily commercial statute may have rules and interpretations which can be used advantageously in consumer cases.
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Southern California Law Review, 1976)
    This Article discusses the results of a field survey of the criminal discovery process in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California -the first of at least 10 jurisdictions to adopt the "omnibus ...
  • Van Cleave, Rachel A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1998)
    Among the cases decided during the survey period (1996-1997), two opinions stand out as particularly noteworthy. First, United States v. Branch is certainly notable because it involved the prosecution of members of a ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1975)
    Professor Bubany gives a survey of criminal cases settled or disposed of by the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Professor Bubany focuses on conspiracy, firearms, drug possession, fraud and property crimes, interstate ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1985)
    Professor Bubany reviews the significance criminal law opinions released by the 5th Circuit during the 1983-1984 term. Topics include prosecutorial discretion, grand juries, indictments, discovery, severance, double ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1997)
    Professor Bubany reviews the significance criminal law opinions released by the 5th Circuit during the 1995-1996 term. Topics include the Brady Act and U.S. v. Bailey, fraud crimes, and interstate commerce in the aftermath ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1987)
    Professor Bubany reviews the significance criminal law opinions released by the 5th Circuit during the 1985-1986 term. Topics include bail, indictments, speedy trial, joinder, double jeopardy, discovery, search and seizure, ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1990)
    Professor Bubany reviews the significance criminal law opinions released by the 5th Circuit during the 1988-1989 term. Topics include sentencing guidelines, search and seizure, ineffective assistance of counsel, statutory ...
  • Floyd, Timothy W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1992)
    The criminal caseload of the Fifth Circuit continues to be enormous. This survey of the Fifth Circuit's work in the area of criminal procedure will not attempt to discuss every issue decided by the court during the survey ...
  • Myhra, Alison (Texas Tech Law Review, 1993)
    The legal regulation of the criminal justice system has been and always will be a daunting, enormous task. As in previous survey periods, therefore, criminal cases constitute a large portion of the caseload of the Court ...
  • Floyd, Timothy W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1991)
    This article on Criminal Procedure will focus on the death penalty cases decided by the Fifth Circuit during the period June 1, 1989 through May 31, 1990. Death penalty cases are a small fraction of the total number of ...
  • Davidow, Robert P. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1973)
    The problem of the exclusionary rule is well known to all those familiar with the administration of criminal justice in the United States today. The problem has at least three aspects. First, the exclusionary rule (that ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1991)
    Professor Bubany surveys Texas criminal cases and discusses many important expansion of Texas trial and appellate law.
  • Frey, Martin A. (Washington University Law Quarterly, 1970)
    Professor Frey discusses the interaction between the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and the common law doctrine of capacity. If a juvenile court can take jurisdiction over a crime, is there still room for the presumption ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (West Virginia Law Review, 2007)
    David Crump should be commended for his prodigious effort in rethinking the law of homicide. I am particularly impressed by his call for abolishing "malice aforethought" as an independent element of murder. I am less sure ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (New York State Bar Association, 2010)
    Shadow, Dolly, Spot, Lady, Ming, Trouble, Roxy, and Madam Shan are just a few of the pets that have received favored treatment in their owners’ wills. Because of the foresight of their humans, these beloved companions lived ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (The International Lawyer, 2001)
    Professor Phelan discusses the Global Treaty to Protect Underwater Cultural Property, developments in the 1954 Hague Convention adoption process, Nazi looted art laws, the Unidroit Convention on International Return of ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (1999)
    Professor Phelan discusses developments in the 1954 Hague Convention adoption process, UNESCO Convention on Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage, efforts to aid victims of art looting during World War II, proposed ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (The International Lawyer, 1998)
    Professor Phelan discusses developments in the 1954 Hague Convention adoption process, Unidroit Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects, the International Law Association's Buenos Aires Draft Convention ...