Session 571: CT15 -> Constitutional Issues
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: H-Butron
Session Chair: Henry F. Fradella, The College of New Jersey
Illinois v. Wardlow: Did the Supreme Court Have Granted More Law Enforcement Autholrity at the Expense of the Fourth Amendment?
by: Jefferson Ingram, University of Dayton (Corresponding)
Abracadabra, Inmate Style: The Power of "The Magic Words' in Section 1983 Prisoner Civil Right Litigation
by: Henry F. Fradella, The College of New Jersey (Corresponding)
Michael Carroll, College of New Jersey
Constitutional Consequences of Hospitality: The Supreme Court's Restriction of the Right to Contest Government Invasions of Privacy
by: George M. Dery III, California State University - Fullerton (Corresponding)
Judicial Decision-Making in Custody Cases Involving Gay and Lesbian Parents, 1952-1999: A Study of Indeterminancy in Legal Rationales and Outcomes
by: Kimberly Richman, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Henry F. Fradella, The College of New Jersey

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