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Volume 44 | Issue 4 | Summer 2016

Table Of Contents
Symposium

ETHICS IN CRIMINAL PRACTICE—THE HARDEST QUESTIONS TODAY:
A CONVERSATION IN HONOR OF MONROE FREEDMAN

IN DEFENSE OF THE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE
by Lonnie T. Brown, Jr.
THE PROSECUTOR’S ETHICAL DUTY TO END MASS INCARCERATION
by Angela J. Davis
MONROE FREEDMAN: PROPHET OF BIBLICAL JUSTICE
by Timothy W. Floyd
IN MEMORY OF MONROE FREEDMAN: THE HARDEST QUESTION FOR A PROSECUTOR
by Bennett L. Gershman
CANDOR IN CRIMINAL ADVOCACY
by Bruce A. Green
MONROE FREEDMAN AND THE MORALITY OF DISHONESTY: MULTIDIMENSIONAL LEGAL ETHICS AS A COLD WAR IMPERATIVE
by Norman I. Silber
DO PROSECUTORS REALLY MATTER?: A PROPOSAL TO BAN ONE-SIDED BAIL HEARINGS
by Sandra Guerra Thompson
HARD QUESTIONS AND INNOCENT CLIENTS: THE NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK OF THE THREE HARDEST QUESTIONS, AND THE PLEA BARGAINING PROBLEM
by Alice Woolley
DUTY OF OUTRAGE: THE DEFENSE LAWYER’S OBLIGATION TO SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER TO THE PROSECUTOR AND THE COURT WHEN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IS UNJUST
by Ellen C. Yaroshefsky
Articles
FORFEITURE-BY-WRONGDOING AND FARETTA: REAFFIRMING COUNSEL’S VITAL ROLE WHEN DEFENDANTS MANIPULATE COMPETING SIXTH AMENDMENT REPRESENTATION RIGHTS
by Marc C. McAllister
DIVERSITY AND THE LAW
by Jenny Rivera
Notes
LENDING LOOT: THE COST OF CULTURAL EXCHANGE UNDER THE IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE ACT
by Ashley Flynn
GO FUND ME, PLEASE: CROWDSOURCING FOR BAIL AS AN INSUFFICIENT SURETY
by Susan Loeb
HE WHO COMES INTO COURT MUST NOT COME WITH GREEN HANDS: THE MARIJUANA INDUSTRY’S ONGOING STRUGGLE WITH THE ILLEGALITY AND UNCLEAN HANDS DOCTRINES
by Steven Mare