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Abortions of the Parental Prerogatives of Unwed Natural Fathers: Deterring Lost Paternity
A natural father's biological relationship with his child is often insufficient by itself to trigger the father's parental rights recognized within the "substantial protection" of the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth ...
Lost in Translation: Persons with Limited English Proficiency and Police Interaction in the United States
This article explores United States jurisprudence of the constitutionality of language rights as it correlates to communications between law enforcement officials and non-English speaking persons in emergency situations. ...
The Right to Representation by Counsel in University Disciplinary Proceedings: A Denial of Due Process of Law
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1999-07)
This comment argues that university students who face suspension or expulsion for disciplinary reasons, as opposed to academic dismissal, are entitled to have retained legal counsel represent them as an element of procedural ...