FSU Law Review


VOLUME 24, NO. 1 (FALL 1996)


ARTICLES
*BEHIND THE LOCKED DOOR OF AN AMERICAN GRAND JURY: ITS HISTORY, ITS SECRECY, AND ITS PROCESS
Mark Kadish
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*PREACHING TO THE HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR: RACHEL BAUCHMAN, THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE, AND THE SEARCH FOR THE ELUSIVE BRIGHT LINE
Julian R. Kossow
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ESSAY
*FRED RODELL'S CASE AGAINST THE LAW
Ken Vinson
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*PRESIDENT CLINTON AND THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY
Carl Tobias
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COMMENTS
*THE POWER LINE DILEMMA: COMPENSATION FOR DIMINISHED PROPERTY VALUE CAUSED BY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Andrew James Schutt
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*SUMMARIZING PRIOR WITNESS TESTIMONY: ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE, PEDAGOGICAL DEVICE, OR VIOLATION OF THE FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE
Emilia A. Quesada
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*TELECOMMUNICATIONS REFORM AND THE DEATH OF THE LOCAL EXCHANGE MONOPOLY
Miles W. Hughes
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*FREEING THE LAW: CASE REPORTER COPYRIGHT AND THE UNIVERSAL CITATION SYSTEM
James H. Wyman
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