Criminal Law

Crim. Law Journal Spring 2019, Vol. 19, Issue 2


Welcome to the newest edition of the Criminal Law Journal! We have a plethora of interesting articles for you to peruse.

We begin with our 2018-2019 Marshall Schulman Writing Competition Grand Prize Winner from Loyola Law School Law Angeles: Daniel Aronsohn. His submission is entitled "Enriching Our Nation’s History: Establishing a Historical Exception to Grand Jury Secrecy". Congratulations to Daniel!

Western State College of Law Professor Elizabeth N. Jones is the author of "Thank You for Your Service: Acknowledging Our Inadequate Treatment of Jurors in California’s Death Penalty Debate". For those of us who have been or are currently involved in special circumstance cases, this is a subject we do not hear much about and Professor Jones shines a light upon these unsung participants in the most difficult arena of criminal litigation.

We continue to post the request of Duncan MacVicar, who is tirelessly advocating on behalf of members of the United States Armed Forces who languish in prison with mental health issues from their military service. If you can volunteer to help these men and women, or know someone who can, please reach out to Mr. MacVicar.

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