536 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
Golden Gate University School of Law
natural disaster, pro bono, legal clinic, social justice
The Piano Lesson, Hurricane Katrina, property, August Wilson, New Orleans, rebuilding
Italian rape law, Italy, querela, victim prosecution of rape, Italian rape law reforms of 1996
Italy, Italian rape law, rape and jeans, consent and jeans, Artemisia Gentileschi, rape myths
Karen Lee Hawkins, Golden Gate University School of Law, IRS, Office of Professional Responsibility
Comparative criminal law, comparative criminal justice, comparative criminal procedure, plea bargaining, patteggiamento, giudizio abbreviato, applicazione della pena su richiesta delle parti, Italian criminal justice reforms, trial avoidance procedures
Battered women, self-defense, People v. Aris, battered women syndrome, imperfect self-defense, imminent danger
Cumulative error, habeas corpus review, errors in criminal trial, harmless error
Extradition, Rule of non-inquiry, extraditable, extradition treaty, charged, preventive detention
Proportionality review, death penalty, forfeiture, punitive damages, life imprisonment, Excessive Fines, Eighth Amendment, Andrade, Ewing, State Farm, US Supreme Court
Italy, rape law, sexual assault, prior sexual history of victim, Corte di Cassazione
Proportionality, punitive damages, US Supreme Court, Eighth Amendment
Law teaching, adjunct professors, teaching tips
California Victims’ Bill of Rights, Proposition 8 1982, Crime Victims Justice Reform Act, Proposition 115 1990, California Constitution, independent state grounds, voter initiative
US Supreme Court, Boy Scouts of America, homosexuals, sexual orientation, independent state grounds, state constitutions, New Jersey Supreme Court, exclusion, public accommodation
Criminal law, fifth circuit court of appeals
Justice Jesse Carter, California Supreme Court, exclusionary rule, Golden Gate University School of Law
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