Stetson Law Review

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A SURVEY OF SOLUTIONS: CURTAILING THE OVER-USE OF THE STATE SECRETS PRIVILEGE THROUGH “IN CAMERA” REVIEW 

This Article argues that the expanding use of the state secrets privilege by the executive branch impairs litigants’ right to a fair trial. The...

THE ORIGINALIST CASE FOR WHY THE FLORIDA CONSTITUTION’S RIGHT OF PRIVACY PROTECTS THE RIGHT TO AN ABORTION 

Since the U.S. Supreme Court overruled Roe and Casey and returned the issue of abortion to the states, attention has shifted to state constitutions:...

IS ORIGINALISM A FANDOM?

Originalism is more influential than ever in the federal judiciary and legal academia in 2023, yet it presents as many puzzles as ever, too....

VEGA V. TEKOH: A MISSED OPPORTUNITY TO PROTECT MIRANDA 

In Vega v. Tekoh, following a violation of Tekoh’s Miranda rights, Tekoh brought a 42 U.S.C. § 1983 civil rights claim against the offending...