Volume 26, No. 1 (Fall 1986) Table of Contents

Obiter Dictum


Miranda v. Arizona Revisited: Constitutional Law or Judicial Fiat, p. 1-26 (2.2 MB PDF)
Stephen A. Saltzburg

The Holder of U.C.C. Section 3-407(2)(a) and the Windfall Discharge, p. 27-70 (3.9 MB PDF)
Charles C. Lewis


Clear Title: A Buyer's Bonus, A Lender's Loss—Repeal of U.C.C. § 9-307(1) Farm Products Exception by Food Security Act § 1324 [7 U.S.C. § 1631], p. 71-97 (2.6 MB PDF)
Mark V. Bodine

Corporate Tug O' War: A Market Approach to Keeping Shareholders Out of the Mud, p. 98-130 (3.4 MB PDF)
Brad Stanley & Don Whitney

The 1986 Kansas Involuntary Commitment Statute: Is Easier Necessarily Better?, p. 131-177 (4.7 MB PDF)
Warren F. Frost & Ryan E. Karaim


Bankruptcy, the U.C.C., and the Farmer: PIK Payments—Heads "General Intangibles," Tails "Proceeds" [In re Schmaling, 783 F.2d 680 (7th Cir. 1986)], p. 178-194 (2.0 MB PDF)
Tammy M. Martin

Constitutional Law: Fourth Amendment Supports Vehicle Identification Number Search During Routine Traffic Stop [New York v. Class, 106 S. Ct. 960 (1986)], p. 195-207 (1.5 MB PDF)
Claudette E. Borchers

Constitutional Law: Quelling a Prison Riot: Cruel and Unusual Punishment or a Necessary Infliction of Pain? [Whitley v. Albers, 106 S. Ct. 1078 (1986)], p. 208-222 (1.8 MB PDF)
Robert A. West

Criminal Procedure: Dual Sovereignty Exception Encompasses Successive Prosecutions by Two States [Heath v. Alabama, 106 S. Ct. 433 (1985)], p. 223-232 (1.1 MB PDF)
Jay P. Golder

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