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North Dakota Law Review
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Volume 82, Number 4 (2006)

Front Materials


Table of Contents

Table of Contents



Methamphetamine: Epidemiological and Research Implications for the Legal Field
     - Dr. Jane Carlisle Maxwell


How Reversible is Methamphetamine-Related Brain Damage?
     - Dr. Mary Holley


Overcoming Legal Hurdles in the War Against Meth in Indian Country
     - Christopher B. Chaney


Developing Lasting Legal Solutions to the Dual Epidemics of Methamphetamine Production and Use
     - Jean C. O’Connor, Jamie F. Chriqui, and Duane C. McBride


Meth Epidemic Solutions
     - Rob Bovett


“Speed Limits:” States’ Approaches to Regulating Access to Methamphetamine Chemical Precursors with Statutes and Regulations Limiting Pseudoephedrine Availability
     - Samantha S. McKinley and Joseph L. Fink, III


The Emerging Problem of Methamphetamine: A Threat Signaling the Need to Reform Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country
     - Elizabeth Ann Kronk


Meth Chic and the Tyranny of the Immediate: Reflections on the Culture-Drug/Drug-Crime Relationships
     - Avi Brisman


North Dakota Juvenile Drug Courts
     - Justice Mary Muehlen Maring


Adult Drug Court in the East Central Judicial District
     - The Honorable John Irby


Meth in North Dakota
     - Senator Larry Robinson


A Perspective Regarding Treatment for Methamphetamine Addiction
     - Anna M. Johnson


Exploring the Evolution of Drug Endangered Children’s Movement and Drug Courts
     - Holly Elizabeth Hopper




Protecting Children Endangered by Meth: A Statutory Revision to Expedite the Termination of Parental Rights in Aggravated Circumstances
     - Michelle Kommer