St. Mary's Law Journal
In the Interest of Justice.
Robert W. Calvert
Under a 99-Year Lease, a Lessor, Who Permitted, but Did Not Require, His Lessee to Demolish His Buildings and Construct New Improvements, Was Entitled to a Deductible Demolition Loss under Section 165 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.
The Right of Bystanders to Recover upon Witnessing Injury or Peril of Third Persons - Damages.
Michael R. Ezell
Public Housing Authority's Use of Exculpatory Clause in Lease Agreement Is Not Contrary to Public Policy.
Charles Michael Montgomery
Negligence of a General Agent Is Not Imputed to the Principal So as to Bar Recovery on Principal's Action for Damages Sustained by the Concurrent Negligence of His Special Agent.
John S. Reagan
An Other Insurance Provision Is Ineffective in Limiting Recovery from an Insurer for Actual Damages Caused by an Uninsured Motorist.
J. Michael Myers
1) A Consent to a Search and Seizure Can Be Shown When Words Constituting Consent Are Given after Officers Allege They Have Possession of a Search Warrant; 2) The Right of Confrontation Is Not Violated When an Out of Court Confession of a Third Person Is Introduced at Trial and Implicates the Accused.
Michael L. Vaughn
Psychiatrist's Testimony That State's Principal Witness's Psychological Condition Might Prompt Him to Distort Facts Was Not Admissible for Purposes of Impeachment of the Witness.
Joseph H. Vives
The Cross Section Principle as a Constitutional Right and the Use of Voter Registration Lists as an Administrative Technique to Insure a Defendant Due Process under the Law.
Ellen E. Cook
Crashworthiness: Defective Product Design - Secondary Impact Liability in Texas.
Franklin D. Houser
Prisoners' Redress for Deprivation of a Constitutional Right: Federal Habeas Corpus and the Civil Rights Act.
Daniel J. Sheehan Jr.
The Recovery of Attorney Fees in Texas.
Larry Glenn Hyden
Economic Coercion as Plaintiff's Defense to Volenti Non Fit Injuria in Strict Liability Actions.
Charles T. Locke
The Condemnor Has the Right to Show the Reasonably Foreseeable and Probable Uses of the Tract Condemned So That the Jury May Consider This Factor with All Other Matters in Reaching a Market Value Determination Respecting the Remainder Tract.
Stephen Bond Paxson
Reaching Age Seventeen Does Not Render Appeal of Waiver Moot But Only Prevents a Remand If the Case Is Reversed.
Cynthia Hollingsworth Cox