St. Mary's Law Journal
Judge Jack B. Miller In Memoriams.
L. Wayne Scott
Nude Dancing Conveying a Message or Eroticism and Sexuality Is Protected by the First Amendment but Can Be Limited under State Police Powers Provided the Government Establishes a Substantial, Content-Neutral Purpose.
Fred S. Wilson
An Independent and Adequate Procedural Rule Bars a State Prisoner, Who Has Defaulted His Entire Appeal, from Asserting a Federal Claim Unless the Prisoner Demonstrates Cause for, and Actual Prejudice Resulting from, the Procedural Default, or in the Alternative, Proves a Fundamental Miscarriage of Justice Will Result if the Federal Habeas Court Fails to Hear the Claim.
Jared R. V. Woodfill
Television Advertising: Professionalism's Dilemma.
Laura R. Champion and William M. Champion
Entering the Thicket - Mandamus Review of Texas District Court Witness Disclosure Orders.
David W. Holman and Byron C. Keeling
The Court of Criminal Appeals Versus the Constitution: The Conclusivity Question.
Susan Bleil and Charles Bleil
The Carryforward of Net Operating Losses and Other Tax Attributes after Bankruptcy Reorganizations.
Martin M. Van Brauman
The Texas Tax Relief Act after Twelve Years: Adoption, Implementation &(and) Enforcement.
Postscript: In Budget Disputes between Elected State Officials, Will the Rule of Law Prevail.
Gregory E. Maggs
The Scope of the Eighth Amendment Does Not Include a Per Se Bar to the Use of Victim Impact Evidence in the Sentencing Phase of a Capital Trial.
Jimmie O. Clements Jr.