VOLUME 48 / NUMBER 1 • January/February/March 2014
A PUBLICATION OF THE NATIONAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION
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That’s Correct; She Did Not Cry.
BY LINDA MIKOW
Why jurors see children and teens calmly disclose to a trained forensic interviewer the explicit details about their abuse.
Multitasking Ethics and Technology
BY SEAN SMITH
Under ABA's model rules, all lawyers are now required to be technologically competent.
From Courtroom To Classroom
BY JANA NESTLERODE
Tips for prosecutors for securing teaching positions now or in retirement.
The Reality of Evolving Standards and the Death Penalty
BY DANIEL EDWARDS
The first part of a comprehensive article that addresses the constitutionality of the death penalty.
Juvenile Sex Offenses: Finding Justice
BY A. ANN RATNAYAKE
This article summarizes current research related to juvenile sexual recidivism, charging options available to prosecutors, and treatment methods and registration requirements imposed at disposition.
DA Works to End Human Trafficking
BY MICHAEL RAMOS
The San Bernardino County district attorney, Mike Ramos, vowed to take a leadership role in ending human trafficking.
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