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University of Arkansas at Little Rock
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The Promises and Pitfalls of State Eyewitness Identification Reforms
Kentucky Law Journal
This article provides a comprehensive analysis of state-based eyewitness identification reforms, including legislative directives, evidentiary rules, and judicial interpretations of state constitutions as providing greater protection against the use of unreliable eyewitness evidence than the ...
Western Universalism and African Homosexualities
Oregon Review of International Law
This article draws on original historical research, queer theory, communitarian philosophy, and an array of anthropological sources to suggest that efforts by Western liberals to protect practitioners of same-sex intimate conduct in Africa may be ...
The Troubling Shortage of African Lawyers: Examination of a Continental Crisis Using Zambia as a Case Study
(Nicholas A Kahn-Fogel)
University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law
This article examines the critical shortage of lawyers in Africa, using Zambia as a case study. The article draws on information from a variety of sources, including field interviews, survey data, and case data from ...
Errors in Eyewitness Evidence
National Law Journal
Manson and its Progeny: An Empirical Analysis of American Eyewitness Law
Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review
Since the Supreme Court established the current constitutional framework for determining the admissibility of eyewitness identification evidence in Manson v. Brathwaite in 1977, scientists and scholars who have evaluated the opinion have uniformly criticized it ...
Hanging in the Balance: Health, Dogma, and the Debate Over Malpractice Reform
Journal of the National Medical Association
Beyond Manson and Lukolongo: A Critique of American and Zambian Eyewitness Law with Recommendations for Reform in the Developing World
Florida Journal of International Law
This article is a comparative analysis of U.S. and Zambian eyewitness law. I analyze the two countries' approaches to eyewitness law in the context of the longstanding debate on whether rules or standards best effectuate ...