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Criminal Procedure Ombudsman as a Substitute for the Exclusionary Rule: A Proposal
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1973)
Responds to the exclusionary rule by proposing the need for an ombudsman in the Texas criminal justice system. This ombudsman would help individuals who have potentially suffered constitutional violations at the hands of ...
The Texas Peace Bond – Can It Withstand Constitutional Attack?
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
Critiques the Texas Peace Bond Procedure, in which an individual is committed to jail for a period of 1 year upon the individual’s failure to post required bond. The author examines how the peace bond procedure affects ...
Beyond Merit Selection: Judicial Careers Through Merit Promotion
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1981)
Presents a proposition for restructuring the judicial career system to formalize the process and provide a track for upward mobility based upon merit promotions. One of the goals of such a system is to attract bright, young ...
“Secular Humanism” as an “Established Religion”: A Response to Whitehead and Conlan
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1979)
Critiques an article published in the Winter 1978 issue of the Texas Tech Law Review about the evolution of the concept of religion in the decisions of the United States Supreme Court. The author says that the article is ...