Abella, David; Valenzuela, Steve
March 2010
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;2010, Vol. 20, p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses various topics published within the issue, including one by Lindsay Harris and Morgan Weibel on the potential impact of the U.S. case law adopting S-E-G- in the Circuit Courts of Appeal, one by Yolanda Vasquez on the problematic tension between the Sixth Amendment analysis by federal and lower courts, and one by Joey Hipolito on Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.


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