Volume 16, Issue 2 (1994)
Criminal Contingency Fee Agreements: How Fair Are They?
Samuel A. Perroni and Janey McNutt
Constitutional Law—Miranda Comes out From Under a Stone: In Withrow v. Williams, the Supreme Court Declines to Extend the Rule from Stone v. Powell to Preclude Federal Courts From Hearing a State Prisoner's Habeas Corpus Petition Based on an Alleged Violation of the Prisoner's Miranda Rights
Marcus N. Bozeman
Bankruptcy—Chapter 13—Bifurcation of Undersecured Claims Secured Only by Residential Real Estate Mortgages Is Not Allowed. Nobelman v. American Savings Bank (In re Nobelman), 113 S. Ct. 2106 (1993).
Steven O. Vondran
Bankruptcy—Property of the Estate—The Property of the Estate Continues to Exist After Confirmation of the Chapter 13 Plan. Security Bank of Marshalltown v. Neiman, 1 F.3d 687 (8th Cir. 1993).
Alexandra A. Ifrah