This Note argues evidentiary deception
during interrogations impermissibly elicits false confessions from
children and should be replaced with less coercive tactics able to withstand
constitutional scrutiny and effectively match the true criminal
to the crime.
10 Drexel L. Review 741
presents the potential pitfalls of current legislation aimed at preventing
the proliferation of revenge porn and suggests specific provisions
that can be added to existing nonconsensual pornography laws or used
as a basis for states that have not yet enacted such laws.
10 Drexel L. Review 779
This Note highlights the unpopular argument that it should
not fall on the shoulders of landlords to fix low-income housing issues,
but instead the government needs to look at the bigger picture.
10 Drexel L. Review 813