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Volume 68, No. 4, 2020

ARTICLES

FOREWORD
Hon. Mark W. Bennett (Ret.)

PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS IN A PANDEMIC: IT’S STILL CRITICAL TO PUBLIC TRUST
Kevin S. Burke & Steve Leben

LIFELONG COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES: THE MODERN-DAY SCARLET LETTER
Bernice B. Donald & Devon C. Muse

POLITICS, RELIGION, AND VOIR DIRE
J. Thomas Marten

TO INNOVATE OR NOT TO INNOVATE: TWO JUDGES’ THOUGHTS ON TRADITIONAL VERSUS MODIFIED CIVIL JURY TRIAL PROCEDURES
J. Thomas Marten & Stephen R. Bough

STRIKING SOME STRIKES: A PROPOSAL FOR REDUCING THE NUMBER OF PEREMPTORY STRIKES
C.J. Williams

TECHNOLOGY IN THE JUDICIARY: ONE JUDGE’S EXPERIENCE
Lynn Winmill

NOTES

BORDER BATTLE: ADDRESSING THE STANDARD FOR FORENSIC SEARCHES OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES AT THE U.S. BORDER
Chelsey Knapp

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