Maine Law Review: Volume 64, No. 2 (2012)

Contents

Symposium - Balancing Fairness with Finality: An Examination of Post-Conviction Review
Introduction
Justice Jon D. Levy
Articles
Federal Habeas Review of State Court Convictions: Incoherent Law but an Essential Right
Lynn Adelman
Appealing to Empathy: Counsel's Obligation to Present Mitigating Evidence for Juveniles in Adult Court
Beth Caldwell
Post-Trial Judicial Review of Criminal Convictions: A Comparative Study of the United States and Finland
Christopher M. Johnson
A Comment of Christopher Johnson's "Post-Trial Judicial Review of Criminal Convictions: A Comparative Study of the United States and Finland"
Malick W. Ghachem
Yikes! Was I Wrong? A Second Look at the Viability of Monitoring Capital Post-Conviction Counsel
Celestine Richards McConville
Contingent Compensation of Post-Conviction Counsel: A Modest Proposal to Identify Meritorious Claims and Reduce Wasteful Government Spending
Christopher T. Robertson
Commissioning Innocence and Restoring Confidence: the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission and the Missing Deliberative Citizen
Mary Kelly Tate
Adjudicated Juveniles and Collateral Relief
Joshua A. Tepfer and Laura H. Nirider
Case Notes
Tipping the Scales?: Maine Adopts the Continuing Negligent Treatment Doctrine in Baker v. Farrand
Michael P. Beers
McGarvey v. Whittredge: Continued Uncertainty in Maine's Intertidal Zone
Benjamin Donahue
Anthem Health Plans of Maine, Inc. v. Superintendent of Insurance: Judicial Restraint or Judicial Abdication?
David Sorensen
 

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