Volume 8, Fall 1992, Issue 1
Note:This issue contains articles from Victims' Rights Symposium.
Victim Impact Statements: Adversely Impacting upon Judicial Fairness
Victims' Voices and Constitutional Quandaries: Life After Payne v. Tennessee
Cait Clarke and Thomas Block
The Convergence Between Illusion and Reality: Lifting the Veil of Secrecy Around Childhood Sexual Abuse
Maria L. Imperial and Jeanne B. Mullgrav
The Victim's Right to Privacy: Imperfect Protection from the Criminal Justice System
Marijo A. Ford and Paul A. Nembach
Victims' Roles in the Criminal Justice System: A Fallacy of Victim Empowerment?
Susan E. Gegan and Nicholas Ernesto Rodriguez
The Victims' Bill of Rights: Are Victims All Dressed Up with No Place To Go?
Davya B. Gewurz and Maria A. Mercurio
Like Father Like Son? The Constitutionality of New York's Son of Sam Law
Andrew Michael Lauri and Patricia M. Schaubeck
Victimization as a Defense: Valid Protection for the Innocent or Escape from Criminal Responsibility?
Maria Massucci and James A. Pitaro
Have We Gone Far Enough? Children Who Are Sexually Abused and the Judicial and Legislative Means of Prosecuting the Abuser
Timothy J. McCarvill and James M. Steinberg