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    • Walker, Rowe and Carafas: The Expanding Concept of in Custody 

      Cole, Daniel J. Jr. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 171 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|In the October 1967 term, the Supreme Court of the United States decided three cases which extended the use of the writ of habeas corpus in the federal court system. In the three cases, Walker v. Wainwright, ...
    • Corporations 

      Prinz, Donald R. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 78 )
      INTRODUCTION|(1) A tax is hereby imposed . . .on the taxable income derived from sources within this state of any corporation . . .whose business within this state during the taxable year consists exclusively of . . ...
    • Nebraska Sales and Use Tax Procedures 

      Peters, William E. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 269 )
      INTRODUCTION|The general purpose of the Nebraska sales and use tax is to impose a uniform tax on every sale entered into by a Nebraska resident, whether it takes place within or outside the state. To achieve this goal, the ...
    • Nebraska Inheritance and Estate Taxes 

      Birmingham, Edward J. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 284 )
      INTRODUCTION|Compared to other sources of revenue, the inheritance tax in Nebraska contributes little to the public finance. However, for the attorney who handles the administration of estates, the inheritance tax is a ...
    • Individuals and Partnerships 

      Garfinkle, Allan J. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 64 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The term "resident individuals" includes every individual who is domiciled in the state, even though absent for temporary or transitory purposes, and every individual who maintains a permanent place of ...
    • Auditing, Assessment and Appellate Procedures 

      Veach, Robert R. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 97 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The broad scope of the subject matter intended to be covered by this article, admittedly only by a broad brush, may be introduced by an equally broad generalization, to wit: One who has a working knowledge ...
    • Estates and Trusts 

      Miller, Keith (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 91 )
      INTRODUCTION|As in the case of taxation of individuals, the Nebraska income tax upon estates and trusts is directly related to the federal tax thereon. Thus, before one can comprehend the computation of the Nebraska tax, ...
    • Professor Windsor C. Moore 

      Doyle, James A. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 211 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Professor Winsor C. Moore's retirement from the faculty of the School of Law to enter the practice of law in Colorado is an occasion for deep regret by faculty, students, and alumni. He began his teaching ...
    • Quasi-Corporate Professional Service Associations and the Kintner Regulations 

      McKim, Michael T. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 108 )
      INTRODUCTION|For income tax purposes, taxpayers are classified as individuals (including partners), as trusts or estates, or as corporations. All organizations, however labeled, must be placed into one of these three ...
    • Five-Judge Rule in Nebraska, The 

      Madgett, Paul W. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 329 )
      INTRODUCTION|The ability of a minority of the members of the Supreme Court of Nebraska to uphold the constitutional validity of legislative acts, even though a majority of the court would strike down the acts, has sprung ...
    • Gault and Civil Commitment: Extension of Criminal Safeguards to Civil Proceedings 

      Gross, John J. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 149 )
      INTRODUCTION|Originally, the custody and care of the mentally ill was considered to be a part of the King's executive power as parens patriae. In the United States, control of the mentally ill is a power reserved to state ...
    • Constitutional Fact: How Far Does Due Process Require the Independent Judgment of Judges 

      Merrill, Maurice H. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 45 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Professor Frank Strong, in a trenchant article, written with his usual wit and acuity, recently has raised the question of the persistence of the doctrine of "constitutional fact." It seems to me, however, ...
    • Index by Topics 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 404 )
    • Index by Authors 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 400 )
    • Index by Titles 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 402 )
    • Cases Analyzed/Statutes Analyzed 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 412 )
    • Table of Indexes 

      Unknown author (Creighton Law Review. vol. 2, pg. 399 )
    • Obscenity, Freedom, and Responsibility 

      Slough, M. C. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 3, pg. 218 )
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Western civilization has known both obscenity and pornography at every stage of its development. There is an abundance of material in the Old Testament on the subject of pornography in its original sense ...
    • Miranda Custody and the Tax Investigation 

      McGrath, Maureen E. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 3, pg. 292 )
      INTRODUCTION|The nature of an investigation leading to prosecution for income tax evasion presents perplexing questions of the extent of the guarantees of the criminal suspect's Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights.|The ...
    • Inquiry into a Principle of Speech Plus, An 

      Shugrue, Richard E. (Creighton Law Review. vol. 3, pg. 267 )
      INTRODUCTION|"Dissent," Daniel J. Boorstin has written, "is the great problem of America today. It overshadows all others. It is a symptom, an expression, a consequence, and a cause of all others." Indeed, one cannot escape ...