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Volume 29: Issue 3

Justice In A Changed World

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Vice President Walter F. Mondale

Rich Stanek, Commissioner of Public Safety
Essay: Terrorism: Minnesota Responds to the Clear and Present Danger

Michael K. Steenson
Essay: Pledging Allegiance

Alan Clarke
Terrorism, Extradition, and the Death Penalty

Stephen P. Watters and Joseph S. Lawder
The Impact of September 11th on Tort Law and Insurance

Richard Allyn and Heather McNeff
The Fall and Rise of Terrorism Insurance Coverage Since September 11, 2001

Arthur L. Rizer III
The Race Effect on Wrongful Convictions

Kevin Voss
Legislative Study: Eliminating Racial Profiling in Minnesota

Elise M. Bloom, Madeleine Schachter, Elliot H. Steelman
Competing Interests in the Post 9-11 Workplace: The New Line Between Privacy and Safety

Tammy J. Schemmel

Molly McGinty Borg
Freedom From the Deprivation of Liberty: The Supreme Court Imposes Limitations on Indefinite Detention of Criminal Aliens―Zadvysas v. Davis

Nicholas J. Heydt
The Fourth Amendment Heats Up: The Constitutionality of Thermal Imaging and Sense-Enhancing Technology―Kyllo v. United States

Case Notes

The Honorable Francis J. Connolly
Landlord/Tenant Law―Code Violations Under Negligence Per Se and Common Law Negligence

Shanda K. Pearson
Lack of Special Relationships Not Special Enough to Relieve Landowners From Duty in Premises Liability Actions―Louis v. Louis

Book Reviews

Denise Roy and G.W. Smith
Decreeing Women's Equality: Using Women's History to Create Legal Parity

Brendan D. Cummins and Justin D. Cummins
Taking the Fork in the Road

David L. Garelick
The Law, Race Relations, and the Rosebud Reservation

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