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Volume 61, No. 4 | Summer 2017

Childress Lecture

The Richard J. Childress Memorial Lecture 2016 Keynote: The Continuing Denial of Counsel and Assembly-Line Processing of Poor People Accused of Crimes.........................................................................................Stephen B. Bright

The Appropriate Legal Standard Required to Prevail in a Systemic Challenge to an Indigent Defense System.........................................................Stephen F. Hanlon

Escaping the Abyss: The Promise of Equal Protection to End Indefinite Detention Without Counsel......................................................................Brandon Buskey

The Impact of Neglecting Indigent Defense on the Economics of Criminal Justice........................................................................................Michael Barrett

Prosecutorial Crimes and Corruption: The (White) Elephant in the Courtroom...............................................................................Jamala Rogers

Reflections on the Right to Counsel After More Than Fifty Years.......................................................................................Norman Lefstein

Strange Justice for Victims of the Missouri Public Defender Funding Crisis: Punishing the Innocent..........................................................................Sean D. O'Brien

Indigent Defense or Indigent Offense? The Unashamed Jurisprudence of Barring Relief for Death-Sentenced Inmates Based Upon "Garden-Variety" Ineffectiveness of Counsel..................................................................................Mark E. Olive

Ryan Stokes: Justice for Ryan..............................................Cynthia Short

NOTE

If I Have a Duty, I Need Notice to Satisfy Due Process...................................................................................Alexander L. Ledbetter

COMMENT

The Violence Against Women Act: A Double-Edged Sword for Native Americans, Their Rights, and Their Hopes of Regaining Cultural Independence.......................................................................Mary K. Mullen