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STMU_TheScholarStMarysLRev_v04i1p0149_Ramos.pdf
The purpose of this comment is to examine how racially restrictive covenants of the past, which, although no longer enforced, continue to affect the educational opportunities of today's Mexican-American community in San Antonio, Texas. Mexican…

STMU_TheScholarStMarysLRev_v04i1p0113_Holleman.pdf
This comment examines the educational services currently being provided to the sub-population of migrant students, analyzes why the legal mandate of providing equal educational opportunities is not being met, and proposes a workable solution that…

STMU_TheScholarStMarysLRev_v04i1p0081_Garza.pdf
This comment addresses a crucial issue many judges are currently facing- whether or not to allow expert testimony, which is essential to an ADHD defense. Four areas of the intersection of ADHD and the law are examined to help resolve this issue.…

STMU_TheScholarStMarysLRev_v04i1p0045_Brooks.pdf
This comment examines the problems the wrongfully convicted face in regard to not receiving compensation. Part I offers an introduction to Joyce Ann Brown's story. It also details the problems she and others who are wrongfully convicted face,…

STMU_TheScholarStMarysLRev_v04i1p0037_Gee.pdf
You do not have to be white to be an American, and not everyone belongs to one race. In fact, Americans come in all skin colors and shades, and many claim a mixed racial identity. This acute observation and its implications are explored in How Did…

STMU_TheScholarStMarysLRev_v04i1p0001_Colton.pdf
This article focuses on the concept of self-determination as it applies to indigenous peoples in general and the Winnebago Tribe in particular. Part II examines the argument that self-determination is a human right to which indigenous peoples are…
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