Criminal Law Revision Through a Legislative Commission: The New York Experience
Herman Schwartz and Richard Bartlett
Administrative Law—Collateral Estoppel—Adverse Findings on Issues in Negligence Action Do Not Preclude Plaintiff from Relitigating Identical Issues in Subsequent Longshoreman’s and Harbor Workers' Act Proceeding.
David E. Manch
Constitutional Law—Cruel and Unusual Punishment—Conviction of a Chronic Alcoholic for Public Intoxication Not Violative of Eighth Amendment Proscription of Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Robert E. Keller
Constitutional Law—New York State’s Textbook Loan Law Not a Law Respecting an Establishment of Religion in Violation of the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution
Jerold S. Yale
Criminal Law—Denial of Counsel and Failure to Provide Adequate Warnings Regarding Constitutional Rights Have Important Bearing on Confessions Which Are Tested Under the Totality of Circumstances.
Edwin H. Wolf