Criminal Law

Crim. Law Journal Summer 2016, Vol. 16, Issue 3


This edition of the Criminal Law Journal presents three intriguing, well-written articles that discuss vastly different legal concepts. From the Antonin Scalia School of Law (formerly George Mason University School of Law) comes Daniel Woislaw’s analysis of the rights, or lack thereof of third parties who have the misfortune to be in the presence of individuals who have "Fourth Waivers" as part of being on parole. From practitioner Andres J. Ortiz comes an explanation of California Penal Code Section 1203.43, which gives non-citizen defendants a chance to remain in the United States following a period of deferred entry of judgment. Finally, the issue concludes with Monterey School of Law student Molly Ruiz’s discussion concerning the encroachment on First Amendment rights by governmental attempts to circumvent encryption.

It has been my honor and privilege to chair the Executive Committee of the Criminal Law Section for the past year, and I now "pass the gavel" to my friend and colleague, Tim Warriner. To all members, continue to support this Section, its programs, and its mission to educate and inform.

Anne Perry


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