Bribery in the federal system is notorious for its incoherence. Multiple bribery statutes exist with very similar elements, and a defendant can be prosecuted under any and all of these statutes. Because of this, the federal crime of bribery continues to confuse and perplex even the most seasoned attorneys. While confusion among attorneys helps illustrate the problem with federal bribery, attorneys are not the main focus of pattern jury instructions.
Note | KLJ Articles Editor Kierston Eastham Rosen proposes a means to clarify jury instructions for the various federal bribery statutes through consolidation.
Note | KLJ Online Committee Editor Chris Stewart examines the upward spiral of campaign spending and discusses solutions to maintain the democratic integrity of our elections.
Note | KLJ Online Content Editor Joseph Sherman looks at various avenues, judicial and legislative, by which physician assisted death has attempted to gain ground, and what obstacles stand in the way.
Note | KLJ Managing Articles Editor Dylan Merrill discusses the regulation gap in the ride-sharing industry and how legislators should close the gap to ensure public safety while supporting an innovative new industry.
In this edition of the Kentucky Law Journal Online, Staff Editor Parker DeAgano summarizes a wage discrimination dispute concerning the compensation of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team.
In this week’s KLJ Online Blog, Staff Editor Victoria Dickson discusses the recent public debate concerning abolition of the sales tax on feminine hygiene products.
In this week’s KLJ Online Blog, newly-elected Notes Editor Olivia Keller discusses a family’s fight to inter a female WWII veteran in Arlington National Cemetery.
In this week’s KLJ Online Blog, Staff Editor James Grant Sharp discusses recent developments in the proliferation of litigation finance.
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