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Author Index Thomas A. Drysdale

Cocaine Isn’t What It Used to Be

By Thomas A. Drysdale
September
2021
Article
, Page 36
Cocaine is not defined the same way under Illinois and federal law. An analysis of the impact of United States v. Ruth on federal drug sentencing enhancements.

I Can’t Quite Put My Finger on It

By Thomas A. Drysdale
October
2020
Article
, Page 26
Is biometrically unlocking a digital device a self-incriminating act?

Sued for the Policy That Wasn’t: Section 1983 Liability after Glisson

By Thomas A. Drysdale
July
2018
Article
, Page 36
As long as an entity has given thought to a policy, it may be held liable for not enacting it if the policy would have prevented a plaintiff's injury. Introducing the wide-ranging implications of Glisson v. Indiana Department of Corrections.
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