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Articles from Fordham Urban Law Journal (May 1, 2011)

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Condemning the decisions of the past: eminent domain and democratic accountability. Serkin, Christopher 7559
Excluding coerced witness testimony to protect a criminal defendant's right to due process of law and adequately deter police misconduct. Sheridan, Katherine 22437
Gallenthin v. Kaur: a comparative analysis of how the New Jersey and New York courts approach judicial review of the exercise of eminent domain for redevelopment. Chen, Ronald K. 16565
Let there be blight: blight condemnations in New York after Goldstein and Kaur. Somin, Ilya 11920
Public use in the dirigiste tradition: private and public benefit in an era of agglomeration. Eagle, Steven J. 28861
Reclaiming the promise of the judicial branch: toward a more meaningful standard of judicial review as applied to New York eminent domain law. Franzese, Paula 11499
Taking New York: opportunities, challenges & dangers posed by the use of eminent domain in New York: a symposium presented by the Fordham Urban Law Journal. Murphy, Sarah; Mathey, Sean 683
The problem with pretext. Blais, Lynn E. 9822
The use and abuse of blight in eminent domain. Gold, Martin E.; Sagalyn, Lynne B. 24746

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