This article discusses the bill of particulars in recent child sexual assault cases. Part II provides a criticism of recent cases, emphasizing whether it was necessary for the courts to forge a new jurisprudence on the subject of bills of particulars. Part III discusses the history of the bill of particulars in Nebraska. Part IV identifies the specific problem giving rise to this change in the law. Finally, Part V concludes with proposals for future treatment of these issues.
Jeffrey H. Bush,
Child Sexual Assault: The Future of the Bill of Particulars and Plea in Bar after State v. Martinez, 250 Neb. 597, 550 N.W.2d 655 (1996),
76 Neb. L. Rev.
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