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Articles from Suffolk University Law Review (March 22, 2011)

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"You have the right to an attorney," but not right now: combating Miranda's failure by advancing the point of attachment under article XII of the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights. Dearborn, D. Christopher 31085
But see Guiney: revisiting mandatory random suspicionless drug testing of Massachusetts public-sector safety-sensitive employees in light of house bill 2210. Benware, Lesley 15174
Constitutional law - Ninth Circuit characterizes Taser as "intermediate" level of force requiring justification of strong governmental interest. Baxter, George G., IV 8182
Copyright law - Seventh Circuit holds product photography sufficiently creative for copyright as derivative works. Hall, Marcus 6057
Exploring how municipal boards can settle appeals of their land use decisions within the framework of the Massachusetts open meeting law. Baker, R. Lisle 12023
Foreword. Greaney, Justice John M. 1344
Gun-shy originalism: the second amendment's original purpose in district of Columbia v. Heller. Hatt, Kyle 11118
Miscarriage of justice: appellate review of unpreserved constitutional objections to the admission of evidence in Massachusetts. Hunter, Jonathan P. 10669
Prophylactic rules and state constitutionalism. Leavens, Arthur 21839
The EEZ solution to striper management: why the federal government should ban the commercial harvest of striped bass once and for all. Rapone, Thomas 13912
The Massachusetts Constitution - the last thirty years. Wilkins, Herbert P. 15388
When rape isn't like combat: the disparity between benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder for combat veterans and benefits for victims of military sexual assault. Kappelman, Ben 11295

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