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Dannye Holley, Mens Rea Evaluations By the United States Supreme
Court: It Does Not Have the Tools and Only Occasionally Displays the
Talent--A Sixty-Year Report Card--1950-2009, 35 Okla. City U. L.
Rev. 401 (2010).
Dannye Holley, The Supreme Courts: Did September 11th Accelerate
Their Sanctioning the Constitutionality of Criminalizing Suspicion?,
7 Pierce L. Rev. 39 (2008).
Dannye Holley, Federalism Gone Far Astray from Policy and
Constitutional Concerns: The Administration of Convictions to
Impeach by State's Rules - 1990-2004, 2 Tenn. J.L. & Pol’y 239
Dannye Holley, Culpability Evaluations in the State Supreme Courts
from 1977 to 1999: A “Model” Assessment, 34 Akron L. Rev. 401
Dannye Holley, Influence of the Model Penal Code's Culpability
Provisions on State Legislatures: A Study of Lost Opportunities,
Including Abolishing the Mistake of Fact Doctrine, 27 Sw. U. L. Rev.
Dannye Holley & L. Darnell Weeden, United States v. Fordice: The
Mississippi Aftermath, 31 New Eng. L. Rev. 769 (1996).
Dannye Holley & Dr. Joyce Holley, Auditor Common Law Liability in
the State Courts: A Recent (1980-94) Outcome Restatement and
Perspectives of the
Accounting and Legal Professions, 6 U. Miami Bus. L.J. 1 (1995).
Dannye Holley & J.P. Ogilvy, Critical Thinking and the Law, 1 Int’l
J. Legal Prof. 343 (1994).
Dannye Holley & Thomas Kleven, Bar Examination and Other Barriers to
African and Hispanic American Fair Representation Among American
Lawyers: A 1990 Update-Perspectives-and Recommendations, 16 T.
Marshall L. Rev. 477 (1990).
Dannye Holley, The Decline of the Right to Privacy and Security:
Gates and the States-The First Three Years, 21 Creighton L. Rev. 823
Dannye Holley, Minorities and the Legal Profession: Current
Platitudes, Current Barriers, 12 T. Marshall L. Rev. 299 (1986).
Dannye Holley, “Plea Convictions”-Documenting and Evaluating the
Reasons the United States Supreme Court and State Supreme Courts
Don't Require Proof of Guilt, 11 T. Marshall L. Rev. 301 (1985).
Dannye Holley, Ignorance and Innocence: The Current State Court
Standards to Determine if a Guilty Plea Has Been Decided Upon by an
Informed Accused and Proposed Reforms, 7 T. Marshall L. Rev. 1.
Dannye Holley, Using the Syllabus as Synthesis & Teaching Plan, in
Techniques For Teaching Law (Steven Friedland & Gerald Hess eds.
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