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Volume 72, Summer-Fall 1998, Numbers 3-4

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This double issue contains articles from Terry v. Ohio 30 Years Later: A Symposium on the Fourth Amendment, Law Enforcement and Police-Citizen Encounters. Panels include: "Stop and Frisk" in 1968: The Issue, the Cases and the Supreme Court's Decisions in Terry v. Ohio, Sibron v. New York and New York v. Peters; Terry and the Fourth Amendment: Marvel or Mischief?;Terry and the Future of Constitutional Criminal Procedure: Into the 21st Century; Terry and Legal Theory; Terry "On the Job"; Terry and Race; and The Relationship of "Stop & Frisk" Doctrine to Substantive Criminal Law: A Roundtable Discussion.

Symposium

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Foreword
Charles S. Bobis

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Representing John W. Terry
Hon. Louis Stokes

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A Prosecutor's Perspective
Hon. Michael R. Juviler

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Justice Brennan's Supporting Role
Hon. Raymond C. Fisher

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Terry's Impossibility
William J. Stuntz

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Terry and Community Policing
Jerome H. Skolnick

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Terry and Substantive Law
William J. Stuntz