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Professor Sanford H. Kadish’s Scholarship
OSJCL Editors ,
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Death-is-Different Jurisprudence and the Role of the Capital Jury
Jeffrey Abramson, Brandeis University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Making a Deal in Criminal Law
Cynthia Alkon

Volume 6:2 (Spring 2013)

The New Jim Crow
Michelle Alexander,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Culpable Acts of Risk Creation
Larry Alexander, University of San Diego School of Law, and Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Rutgers University, School of Law—Camden
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Danger: The Ethics of Preemptive Action
Larry Alexander & Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Introduction
Rees Alexander

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

In Praise of Yale Kamisar
Ronald J. Allen, Northwestern University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Clark v. Arizona : Much (Confused) Ado About Nothing
Ronald J. Allen, Northwestern University School of Law
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

The Misguided Defenses of Miranda v. Arizona
Ronald J. Allen, Northwestern University School of Law
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Hail Yale
Albert W. Alschuler, University of Chicago
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Herring v. United States: A Minnow or a Shark?
Albert W. Alschuler,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Celebrating Great Lawyering
Albert W. Alschuler, Northwestern University
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Body Snatchers
Heidi Reamer Anderson
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Conceptions of Overcriminalization
Andrew Ashworth, All Souls College, University of Oxford
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Teaching White Collar Crime
Miriam Baer
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

In Support of the Good Reasons Approach to Understanding Responsibility
Brenda M. Baker, University of Calgary
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Fear Factor: The Role of Media in Covering and Shaping the Death Penalty
Susan Bandes, DePaul University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Protecting the Innocent as the Primary Value of the Criminal Justice System
Susan A. Bandes,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

The Promise and Pitfalls of Neuroscience for Criminal Law and Procedure
Susan A. Bandes,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

And All the Pieces Matter: Thoughts on The Wire and the Criminal Justice System
Susan A. Bandes,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Research Methods to Understand Business Crimes
Shima Baradaran
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Law and Order in the Emerald City: Using The Wizard of Oz to Illustrate Homicidal Principles
Judith M. Barger

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Justifications and Excuses
Marcia Baron, Indiana University
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Minority Report and the Law of Attempt
Robert Batey, Stetson University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Attempt and Reckless Endangerment in Saul Bellow’s Herzog
Robert Batey

Volume 9:2 (2012)

Introduction
Robert Batey,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

An Honest Services Debate
Sara Sun Beale,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Introduction
Sara Sun Beale, Charles L.B. Lowndes Professor, Duke Law School, Durham, N.C.
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Rethinking the Identity and Role of United States Attorneys
Sara Sun Beale, Charles L.B. Lowndes Professor, Duke Law School, Durham, N.C.
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Hate Thy Neighbor: Violent Racial Exclusion and the Persistence of Segregation
Jeannine Bell, Indiana University School of Law—Bloomington
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

A Defense Bar: The “Proof of Innocence” Requirement in Criminal Malpractice Claims
Kevin Bennardo, Law Clerk, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois; J.D., 2007, The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Expressive Punishment and Political Authority
Christopher Bennett,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Introduction
Douglas A. Berman

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Introduction
Mitch N. Berman
Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Introduction to the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
Douglas A. Berman, The Ohio State University, and Joshua Dressler, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

The Model Penal Code Second: Might “Film Schools” Be in Need of a Remake?
Douglas A. Berman, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Introduction: The Criminal Law and Policing Corporate Conduct
Douglas A. Berman, The Ohio State University, and Alan C. Michaels, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

The Real (Sentencing) World: State Sentencing in the Post-Blakely Era
Douglas A. Berman, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University, and Steven L. Chanenson, Villanova University School of Law
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Making Sentencing Sensible
Douglas A. Berman, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University, and Stephanos Bibas, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

On the Moral Structure of White Collar Crime
Mitchell N. Berman, The University of Texas at Austin
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Writing (and Re-Writing) Federal Criminal Law–In the Classroom
William W. Berry III
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Rewarding Prosecutors for Performance
Stephanos Bibas, Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Forgiveness in Criminal Procedure
Stephanos Bibas, University of Pennsylvania School of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

States of War: Defensive Force Among Nations
Guyora Binder,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

They Released Me From My Cage. . . But They Still Keep Me Handcuffed: A Parolee’s Reaction to Samson v. California
James M. Binnall, J.D. Candidate Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, CA
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Unholy Parallels between McCleskey v. Kemp and Plessy v. Ferguson: Why McCleskey (Still) Matters
John H. Blume & Sherri Lynn Johnson

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Panetti v. Quarterman: Mental Illness, the Death Penalty, and Human Dignity
Richard J. Bonnie, Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy, University of Virginia
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

The Irrelevance of Reform: Maturation in the Department of Corrections
Jeremiah Bourgeois
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Pour encourager les autres? The Curious History and Distressing Implications of the Criminal Provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Sentencing Guidelines Amendments That Followed
Frank O. Bowman III, Indiana University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Losing Faith? Police, Black Churches, and the Resurgence of Youth Violence in Boston
Anthony A. Braga, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, and David Hureau, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, and Christopher Winship, Harvard University
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Back to the Future: The Implications of September 11, 2001 on Law Enforcement Practice and Policy
Steven G. Brandl, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Prosecutors and Overcriminalization: Thoughts on Political Dynamics and a Doctrinal Response
Darryl K. Brown, Professor and David H. Ibbeken Research Professor, University of Virginia School of Law
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

The Problematic and Faintly Promising Dynamics of Corporate Crime Enforcement
Darryl K. Brown, Washington & Lee University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Moral Advice and Professional Obligation: A Case Study
Stephen McG. Bundy

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Prosecution (is) Complex
Alafair Burke

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Prosecutorial Agnosticism
Alafair S. Burke,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

I Got the Shotgun: Reflections on The Wire, Prosecutors, and Omar Little
Alafair S. Burke,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Remembering Welsh White
John M. Burkoff, University of Pittsburgh
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Keeping Faith in Community: A Pastoral Response and Ethical Argument
Rev. Joseph E. Bush

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

On Getting the Reasonable Person Out of the Courtroom
B. Sharon Byrd, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Can a Model Penal Code Second Save the States from Themselves?
Michael T. Cahill, Brooklyn Law School, and Paul H. Robinson, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Offense Grading and Multiple Liability: New Challenges for a Model Penal Code Second
Michael T. Cahill, Brooklyn Law School
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Defining Inchoate Crime: An Incomplete Attempt
Michael T. Cahill

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Poor Children: Child “Witches” and Child Soldiers in Sub-Saharan Africa
Naomi Cahn, George Washington University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Crime Music
Bennett Capers,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Introduction: The HBO Series The Wire
Bennett Capers,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Crime, Legitimacy, Our Criminal Network, and The Wire
Bennett Capers,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Counseling Conscience
Tucker Carrington

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

In Defense of Victim Impact Statements
Paul G. Cassell, Ronald N. Boyce Presidential Professor of Criminal Law, S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

An Exercise Enjoying the Rationales for Punishment
Sanjay K. Chhablani
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Consent is Not a Defense to Battery: A Reply to Professor Bergelson
Luis E. Chiesa,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Felon Disenfranchisement and Democracy in the Late Jim Crow Era
Gabriel J. Chin, Law, Criminal Justice and Security Program, University of Arizona
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

The Fourth Amendment’s Exclusionary Rule as a Constitutional Right
Thomas K. Clancy

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

United States v. Jones: Fourth Amendment Applicability in the 21st Century
Thomas K. Clancy

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

The Role of History
Thomas K. Clancy,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

A Liberal House Divided: How the Warren Court Dismantled the Fourth Amendment
Morgan Cloud, Emory University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

A Conservative House United: How the Post-Warren Court Dismantled the Exclusionary Rule
Morgan Cloud
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Profiling With Apologies
Sherry F. Colb, Rutgers University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Connecting Theory and Reality: Teaching Gideon and Indigent Defendants’ Non-Right to Counsel at Bail
Douglas L. Colbert,
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

McCleskey’s Omission: The Racial Geography of Retribution
G. Ben Cohen

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Teaching White Collar Crime: A Fresh Perspective
Jeffrey Cohen
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Interrogation as a Thermometer of Public Fear
Sherry F. Colb
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Turning the Corner on Mass Incarceration?
David Cole,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Teaching the Art of Defending a White Collar Criminal Case
Katrice Bridges Copeland
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Confidential Confessions: How Lawyers, Clergy, and Psychologists Counsel the Guilty
Rev. Donald Cozzens

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Appointed but (Nearly) Prevented From Serving: My Experiences as a Grand Jury Foreperson
Phyllis L. Crocker, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Justification and Bad Motives
Lawrence Crocker, Dartmouth College
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Eyewitness Corroboration Requirements As Protections Against Wrongful Conviction: The Hidden Questions
David Crump,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Social Contracts, Fair Play, and the Justification of Punishment
Richard Dagger,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Citizens’ Assignments of Punishments for Moral Transgressions: A Case Study in the Psychology of Punishment
John M. Darley,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Profiling Terror
Sharon L. Davies, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

An Account of Mapp v. Ohio That Misses the Larger Exclusionary Rule Story
Thomas Y. Davies, University of Tennessee College of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Sex Offender Registration in Indian Country
Virginia Davis, Associate Counsel, National Congress of American Indians, and Kevin Washburn, Harvard Law School
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

The Excitement of Interdictory Ideas: A Response to Professor Anders Walker
Mark O. DeGirolami,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Against Theories of Punishment: The Thought of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen
Marc O. DeGirolami

Volume 9:2 (2012)

Why the Model Penal Code’s Sexual Offense Provisions Should Be Pulled and Replaced
Deborah W. Denno, Fordham University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

The Scientific Shortcomings of Roper v. Simmons
Deborah W. Denno, Fordham University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Introduction
Deborah W. Denno,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Some Naive Thoughts About Justice and Mercy
David Dolinko, University of California, Los Angeles
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

The Model Penal Code: Is It Like a Classic Movie in Need of a Remake?
Joshua Dressler, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Criminal Law Casebooks: An Introduction to a Dialogue on Their History and Role in Legal Education
Joshua Dressler,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Battered Women and Sleeping Abusers: Some Reflections
Joshua Dressler, The Ohio State University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Miranda at 40 Symposium Introduction
Joshua Dressler,
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Reforming Complicity Law: Trivial Assistance as a Lesser Offense?
Joshua Dressler, Michael E. Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Terror and Tolerance: Criminal Justice for the New Age of Anxiety
Donald A. Dripps, University of Minnesota
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

On Cases, Casebooks, and the Real World of Criminal Justice: A Brief Response to Anders Walker
Donald A. Dripps,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Justice Harlan on Criminal Procedure: Two Cheers for the Legal Process School
Donald A. Dripps, University of Minnesota
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Controlling the Damage Done by Crawford v. Washington: Three Constructive Proposals
Donald A. Dripps, Professor of Law, University of San Diego
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

“I Might Be Guilty, But You Can’t Try Me”: Estoppel and Other Bars to Trial
R.A. Duff, University of Stirling
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Introduction to Criminal Responsibility Symposium
R.A. Duff, University of Stirling
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Who is Responsible, for What, to Whom?
R.A. Duff, University of Stirling
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

The Intrusion of Mercy
R.A. Duff, University of Stirling
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Responsible Victims and (Partly) Justified Offenders
R. A. Duff,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Introduction: Sex Offender Law and Policy
OSJCL Editors,
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

The Merciful Capital Juror
Theodore Eisenberg, Cornell University, and Stephen P. Garvey, Cornell University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Teaching Methods of White-Collar Criminal Practice: Investigations
Roger Fairfax, Jr.
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Death and Deterrence Redux: Science, Law, and Causal Reasoning on Capital Punishment
Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia University
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Legitimacy and Criminal Justice
Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia University
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Punishment, Deterrence and Social Control: The Paradox of Punishment in Minority Communities
Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia University, and Tracey L. Meares, Yale Law School
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Neuroanatomical Background to Understanding the Brain of the Young Psychopath
James H. Fallon, University of California
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Introduction to “The Mind of a Child: The Relationship Between Brain Development, Cognitive Functioning, and Accounatbility Under the Law
Katherine Hunt Federle, The Ohio State University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

The Youth Discount: Old Enough To Do The Crime, Too Young To Do The Time
Barry C. Feld
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

“To Support and Defend” Against Sexual Misconduct: Calling on Future Military Leaders to Bridge the Cultural Divide
Janine P. Felsman
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Moving from Preparation to Perpetration
Pamela R. Ferguson
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Prevention, Wrongdoing, and the Harm Principle’s Breaking Point
Kimberly K. Ferzan

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Will the Real Paul Robinson Please Stand Up? Robinson’s Conflicting Criminal Code
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Self-Defense, Permissions, and the Means Principle: A Reply to Quong
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Self-Defense and the State
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Rutgers University School of Law-Camden
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Responsibility for Unintended Consequences
Claire Finkelstein, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Punishment as Contract
Claire Finkelstein,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Contrived Defenses and Deterrent Threats: Two Facets of One Problem
Claire Finkelstein, University of Pennsylvania, and Leo Katz, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

2013 Bodiker Lecture
Patrick J. Fitzgerald
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

In Defense of Punishment Theory, and Contra Stephen: A Reply to DeGirolami
Chad Flanders

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

The One-State Solution to Teaching Criminal Law, or, Leaving the Common Law and MPC Behind
Chad Flanders,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

The Role of the Defense Attorney: Not Just an Advocate
Roberta K. Flowers,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Steven’s Choice
Timothy W. Floyd

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

What’s Different (Enough) in Eighth Amendment Law?
Richard S. Frase

Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

The Warren Court’s Missed Opportunities in Substantive Criminal Law
Richard S. Frase, University of Minnesota
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Blakely in Minnesota, Two Years Out: Guidelines Sentencing is Alive and Well
Richard S. Frase, University of Minnesota
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Mend It or End It?: The Revised ABA Capital Defense Representation Guidelines as an Opportunity to Reconsider the Death Penalty
Eric M. Freedman, Hofstra University
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

The Cooperating Witness Who Lies—A Challenge to Defense Lawyers, Prosecutors, and Judges
Monroe H. Freedman,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Fewer Risks, More Benefits: What Governments Gain by Acknowledging the Right to Competent Counsel on State Post-Conviction Review in Capital Cases
Eric M. Freedman, Hofstra University
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Role Reversal: Letting Students Ask the Questions in a Criminal Law Class
Steven I. Friedland

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Mass Incarceration in the United States and HIV/AIDS: Cause and Effect?
Robert E. Fullilove,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

From Philly to Fayetteville: Reflections on Teaching Criminal Law in the First Year . . . Four Years Later
Brian R. Gallini

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

 Teaching Federal Criminal Law: Survey Says . . . “It’s Hard”
Brian R. Gallini
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Questions of Mercy
Stephen P. Garvey, Cornell Law Scohol
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

From Omnipotence to Impotence: American Judges and Sentencing
Judge Nancy Gertner, United States District Judge, District of Massachusetts; Adjunct Professor, Yale Law School
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

The Prosecutor and Post-Conviction Claims of Innocence: DNA and Beyond?
Douglas H. Ginsburg, , and Hyland Hunt,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Report from the Certiorari Clinic: Impressions of Routine Capital Cases
Daniel Givelber, Northeastern University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Shining the Bright Light on Police Interrogation in America
Mark A. Godsey, Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati College of Law; Director, Lois and Richard Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

False Justice and the “True” Prosecutor: A Memoir, a Tribute, and Commentary
Mark A. Godsey

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

In Defense of the Damned
Stanley A. Goldman, Loyola Law School
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

A Student’s Tribute To Professor Yale Kamisar
Judge Ronald M. Gould, United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Confrontation Stories: Raleigh on the Mayflower
Kenneth Graham, UCLA
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

The Opaque Glass Ceiling: How Will Gender Neutrality in Combat Affect Military Sexual Assault Prevalence, Prevention, and Prosecution?
Jenna Grassbaugh
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Prosecutorial Discretion and Post-Conviction Evidence of Innocence
Bruce A. Green, Louis Stein Professor of Law and Director of the Stein Center for Law and Ethics, Fordham University School of Law, and Ellen Yaroshefsky, Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Jacob Burns Ethics Center in the Practice of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Is There Too Much Criminal Law?
Stuart P. Green, Professor of Law & Justice Nathan L. Jacobs Scholar, Rutgers School of Law-Newark
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Ethically Representing a Lying Cooperator: Disclosure as the Nuclear Deterrent
Bruce A. Green,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

A Few Reflections on the Model Penal Code Commentaries
Kent Greenawalt, Columbia University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

The Cultural Defense: Reflections in Light of the Model Penal Code and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Kent Greenawalt, Columbia University
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Overcharging
Kyle Graham
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Neurobiology and the Law: A Role in Juvenile Justice?
Staci A. Gruber, Harvard University, and Deborah A. Yurgelun-Todd, Harvard University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

The Disturbing Case of the British Advertising Standards authority, theNew York Times, and the State Department’s Low Estimate of the Death Toll in Darfur
John Hagan, Northwestern University; American Bar Foundation, and Wenona Rymond-Richmond, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Attempt, Preparation, and Harm: The Case of the Jealous Ex-Husband
John Hasnas

Volume 9:2 (2012)

Roper v. Simmons: The Role of the Science Brief
Aliya Haider, Heller Ehrman LLP
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

5K1.1 to be Obtained by Perjury—What to Do, What to Do?
John Wesley Hall, Jr.,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Teaching Mens Rea with Flores-Figueroa :Using the Oral Argument to Unwrap the Case
Catherine Hancock
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Reducing Mass Incarceration: Lessons from the Deinstitutionalization of Mental Hospitals in the 1960s
Bernard E. Harcourt,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

What Criminal Law and Procedure Can Learn from Criminology
David A. Harris,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

How Accountability-Based Policing Can Reinforce—Or Replace—The Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule
David A. Harris,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Teaching Criminal Law from a Critical Perspective
Angela P. Harris, , and Cynthia Lee,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Coming Home: Accommodating the Special Needs of Military Veterans to the Criminal Justice System
Judge Michael Daly Hawkins, United States Circuit Judge (9th Cir.)
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Othello Error: Facial Profiling, Privacy, and the Suppression of Dissent
Lenese Herbert, Albany Law School; Washington and Lee University School of Law
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Going to the Source: The “New” Reid Method and False Confessions
Alan Hirsch
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Responsibility and Good Reasons
David Hodgson, Supreme Court of New South Wales
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Teaching to the Test
Janet C. Hoeffel

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

The Biological Roots of Punishment
Morris B. Hoffman, Colorado District Judge, and Timothy H. Goldsmith, Yale University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

An Empirical Study of Public Defender Effectiveness: Self-Selection by the “Marginally Indigent”
Morris B. Hoffman, Colorado District Judge, and Paul H. Rubin, Emory University, and Joanna M. Shepherd, Emory University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Deterrent Punishment and Respect for Persons
Zachary Hoskins,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Justifications and Excuses: A Systematic Approach
Joachim Hruschka, University of Erlangen
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Duress is Not a Justification
Kyron Huigens, Yeshiva University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

The Morality of Mercy
Heidi M. Hurd, University of Illinios College of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Death to Rapists: A Comment on Kennedy v. Louisiana
Heidi M. Hurd, University of Illinois
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Is the Criminal Law Important?
Douglas Husak, Rutgers University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Criminal Law Textbooks and Human Betterment
Douglas Husak,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

“Broad” Culpability and the Retributivist Dream
Douglas Husak
Volume 9:20 (Spring 2012)

Applying Ultima Ratio: A Skeptical Assessment
Douglas Husak, Rutgers University
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

A Liberal Theory of Excuses
Douglas Husak, Rutgers University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

The Irrational Politics of American Drug Policy: Implications for Criminal Law and the Management of Drug-Involved Offenders
James A. Inciardi, University of Delaware
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

A (Moral) Prisoner’s Dilemma: Character Ethics and Plea Bargaining
Andrew Ingram
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

The Dark Knight’s War on Terrorism
John Ip,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

An End-Game for Sexually Violent Predator Laws: As-Applied Invalidation
Eric S. Janus, William Mitchell College of Law, and Brad Bolin,
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Criminalization as Last Resort (Ultima Ratio)
Nils Jareborg, Uppsala University
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Maryland v. King: Policing and Genetic Privacy
Elizabeth E. Joh
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Beyond Belief: Rethinking the Role of Belief in the Assessment of Culpability
Eric A. Johnson, University of Wyoming
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Does Criminal Law Matter? Thoughts on Dean v. United States and Flores-Figueroa v. United States
Eric A. Johnson,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Race and Recalcitrance: The Miller-El Remands
Sheri Lynn Johnson, Cornell Death Penalty Project, Cornell Law School
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

A Word of Caution: Consequences of Confession
Vida B. Johnson

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

“I AM Ronald Cotten”: Teaching Wrongful Convictions in a Criminal Law Class
Cynthia E. Jones
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Putting Students First: Engaging Students in Teaching White Collar Crime
Sandra D. Jordan
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Constructing Systemic Safeguards Against Informant Perjury
Peter A. Joy,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

The Theory of Value Dilemma: A Critique of the Economic Analysis of Criminal Law
Dan M. Kahan, Yale University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Unsafe Sexting: The Dangerous New Trend and the Need for Comprehensive Legal Reform
Correy A. Kamin,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Responsibility Determination as a Smokescreen: Provocation and the Reasonable Person in the Israeli Supreme Court
Orit Kamir, Hebrew University & University of Michigan
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

A Look Back On a Half-Century of Teaching, Writing and Speaking About Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Yale Kamisar, University of San Diego
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Postscript: Another Look at Patane and Seibert, the 2004 Miranda “Poisoned Fruit” Cases
Yale Kamisar, University of San Diego
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

I Remember Professor Wechsler
Yale Kamisar,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

How Earl Warren’s Twenty-Two Years in Law Enforcement Affected His Work as Chief Justice
Yale Kamisar, University of San Diego
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

On the Fortieth Anniversary of the Miranda Case: Why We Needed It, How We Got It–And What Happened to It
Yale Kamisar, University of San Diego; The University of Michigan
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

The Prerequisites of Responsibility: Comments on Antony Duff
Leo Katz, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Culpable Aggression: The Basis for Moral Liability and Defensive Killing
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

How Different is Death? Jury Sentencing in Capital and Non-Capital Cases Compared
Nancy J. King, Vanderbilt University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Diminishing Probable Cause and Minimalist Searches
Kit Kinports, Professor & Polisher Family Distinguished Faculty Scholar, Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Can Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment Help Us Distinguish Between True and False Confessions?
Rinat Kitai-Sangero,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

A Lawyer’s Moral Advice to a Guilty Client About Saving an Innocent Defendant
Jeffrey L. Kirchmeier

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Reducing Crime by Shrinking the Prison Headcount
Mark A. R. Kleiman, , and Kelsey R. Hollander,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Judicial Misconduct in Criminal Cases: It’s Not Just the Counsel Who May Be Ineffective and Unprofessional
Richard Klein, Touro Law School
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

 Integrating Problem Solving Exercises into Federal Criminal Law
Susan Klein
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Distorted Reflections of Battered Women Who Kill: A Response to Professor Dressler
Joan H. Krause, George Butler Research Professor of Law and Co-Director, Health Law & Policy Institute, University of Houston Law Center
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

 “It Takes Two,” So “What’s Going On?”
Guha Krishnamurthi
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

The Charter of Rights and the Administration of Criminal Justice in Canada—Where Have We Been and Where Shall We Go?
Honorable Claire L’Heureux-Dubé, Laval University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Taking the Mystery Out of Murder Rates: Can It Be Done?
Roger Lane,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Criminal Law Pedagogy: Making Things Clear
Cynthia Lee
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

“Murder and the Reasonable Man” Revisited: A Response to Victoria Nourse
Cynthia Lee, George Washington University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Deontology, Political Morality, and the State
Youngjae Lee,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

A Comparison of Criminal Jury Decision Rules in Democratic Countries
Ethan J. Leib, University of California’s Hastings College of the Law
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

What’s Wrong With the Criminal Justice System and How We Can Fix It
Andrew D. Leipold, Edwin M. Adams Professor of Law and Director of the Program in Criminal Law & Procedure, University of Illinois College of Law
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Why Interrogation Contamination Occurs
Richard A. Leo
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Studying Wrongful Convictions: Learning From Social Science
Richard A. Leo, , and Jon B. Gould,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Guilty by Implicit Racial Bias: The Guilty/Not Guilty Implicit Association Test
Justin D. Levinson, , and Huajian Cai, , and Danielle Young,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Minority Practice, Majority’s Burden: The Death Penalty Today
James E. Liebman, , and Peter Clarke,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

“It’s Not My Problem?” Wrong: Prosecutors Have an Important Ethical Role to Play
Rory K. Little,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

The Eyes of the Beholders
Rory K. Little, Hastings College of Law, University of California
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Is Psychological Research on Self-Control Relevant to Criminal Law?
Paul Litton
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

The Unfulfilled Promise of Citizen Review
Debra Livingston, Columbia University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Why I Authored a Criminal Law Casebook
Arnold H. Loewy

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

State Criminal Justice and the Challenge of Ex-Offender Mobility
Wayne A. Logan, Florida State University College of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Criminal Justice Federalism and National Sex
Wayne A. Logan, Florida State University College of Law
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Criminal Justice and the Public Imagination
Erik Luna,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Revising the Model Penal Code: Keeping It Real
Gerard E. Lynch, Columbia University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Why Not a Miranda for Searches?
Gerard E. Lynch, United States District Judge, Southern District of New York; Columbia University School of Law
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Is Yale Kamisar as Good as Joe Namath?: A Look Back at Kamisar’s “Prediction” of Miranda v. Arizona
Tracey Maclin, Boston University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Age and Criminal Responsibility
Gerry Maher, University of Edinburgh
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Sentencing in the Temple of Denunciation: Criminal Justice’s Weakest Link
Michael H. Marcus, Oregon Circuit Court
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Connectedness and Its Discontents: The Difficulties of Federalism and Criminal Law
Dan Markel, Florida State University College of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

The Innocence Revolution and the Death Penalty
Lawrence C. Marshall, Northwestern University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Life or Death on a Plank-Ripstein and Kant
S.E. Marshall, University of Stirling
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Thinking About Prison and its Impact in the Twenty-First Century
Marc Mauer, Assistant Director of The Sentencing Project
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Racial Impact Statements as a Means of Reducing Unwarranted Sentencing Disparities
Marc Mauer, The Sentencing Project
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Going on the Offensive: Legitimacy and Fairness Inside the Military Justice “Trinity” of Interests
Daniel Maurer
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

The Unrepresentative Military Jury: Deliberate Inclusion of Combat Veterans in the Military’s Venire for Combat-Incidental Crimes
Daniel Maurer, Captain, U.S. Army; J.D., 2008, Michael E. Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Switching Juries Midstream: The Peplexities of Penalty-Phase-Only Retrials
David McCord, Drake University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Defense Counsel and Plea Bargain Perjury
Kevin C. McMunigal,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Everything Old Is New Again: Fundamental Fairness and the Legitimacy of Criminal Justice
Tracey L. Meares, University of Chicago
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Fastow and Arthur Andersen: Some Reflections on Corporate Criminality, Victim Status, and Retribution
Alan C. Michaels, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Putting the Practice Into Theory
Eric J. Miller,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Yale Kamisar: Up Close and Personal
William Ian Miller, University of Michigan
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

White Collar Crime Goes to the Movies
Geraldine Szott Moohr
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Hanging on By a Thread: The Exclusionary Rule (Or What’s Left of It) Lives for Another Day
David A. Moran,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Diminished Rationality, Diminished Responsibility
Stephen J. Morse, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Brain Overclaim Syndrome and Criminal Responsibility: A Diagnostic Note
Stephen J. Morse, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Thoroughly Modern: Sir James Fitzjames Stephen on Criminal Responsibility
Stephen J. Morse, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Responding to McCleskey and Batson: The North Carolina Racial Justice Act Confronts Racial Peremptory Challenges in Death Cases
Robert P. Mosteller

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

The Special Threat of Informants to the Innocent Who Are Not Innocents: Producing “First Drafts,” Drafts,” the Evidence
Robert P. Mosteller, Chadwick Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Evidence History, the New Trace Evidence, and Rumblings in the Future of Proof
Robert P. Mosteller, Duke University
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Inference or Impact? Racial Profiling and the Internment’s True Legacy
Eric L. Muller, University of North Carolina
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Back to the Future: The Curious Case of United States v. Jones
Erin Murphy

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Remorse, Apology, and Mercy
Jeffrie G. Murphy, Arizona State University
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Fourth Amendment Small Claims Court
Richard E. Myers II
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Upending Status: A Comment on Switching, Inequality, and the Idea of the Reasonable Person
V.F. Nourse, University of Wisconsin
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

On Becoming a Responsible Person
Kimmo Nuotio, University of Helsinki
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Some Thoughts on Proposed Revisions to the Organizational Guidelines
Julie R. O’Sullivan, Georgetown University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Early Observations on the Prosecutions of the Business Scandals of 2002-03: On Sideshow Prosecutions, Spitzer’s Clash With Donaldson Over Turf, the Choice of Civil or Criminal Actions, and the Tough Tactic of Coerced Cooperation
Dale A. Oesterle, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Addendum to “Early Observations…”
Dale A. Oesterle, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

 

Lessons From Down Under: A Dialogue on Police Search and Seizure in New Zealand and the United States
Scott Optican, The University of Aukland
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

After the Implosion: Trailing-Edge Guidelines for a New Era
Mark Osler,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Drugs, Bombs, and the Erosion of Rights
Mark Osler
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Learning from Crack
Mark Osler

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Guiding Clients Through Difficult Situations and Complicated Decisions
James C. Overholser

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Four Good Things About Wechsler’s Approach
Margaret L. Paris,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Remembering Welsh White
John T. Parry, Lewis and Clark Law School
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Rights and Discretion in Criminal Procedure’s “War on Terror”
John T. Parry, Lewis & Clark Law School
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

A Different Kind of Courage, A Different Kind of Peace
Samuel H. Pillsbury, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Fear and Trembling in Criminal Judgment
Samuel H. Pillsbury,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Learning from Journalism
Samuel H. Pillsbury, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Questioning Retribution, Valuing Humility
Samuel H. Pillsbury
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Colorado v. Connelly: What Really Happened
William T. Pizzi,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Rethinking Attempt Under the Model Penal Code
William T. Pizzi

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

White Collar Crime: A Letter from the Future
Ellen S. Podgor, Stetson University College of Law
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Introduction
Ellen S. Podgor
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Introduction
Ellen Podgor
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

The Romance of Force: James Fitzjames Stephen on Criminal Law
Richard A. Posner

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Federalism and Sentencing Reform in the Post-Blakely/Booker Era
William H. Pryor, Jr.
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

“If You Are Not a United States Citizen . . .”: International Requirements in the Arrest of Foreigners
John Quigley, President’s Club Professor in Law, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Exclusion of Death-Scrupled Jurors and International Due Process
John Quigley, The Ohio State University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

In the Sweat Box: A Historical Perspective on the Detention of Material Witnesses
Carolyn B. Ramsey, Associate Professor of Law, University of Colorado Law School
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Jury Poker: A Statistical Analysis of the Fair Cross-Section Requirement
Richard M. Ré,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

In Extremis
Arthur Ripstein, University of Toronto
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Criminal Justice in the Information Age: A Punishment Theory Paradox
Paul H. Robinson, University of Pennsylvania
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

Welcome to the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
Dean Nancy H. Rogers, The Ohio State University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

 Seven Theses in Grudging Defense of the Exclusionary
Lawrence Rosenthal
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Maryland v. King and the Wonderful, Horrible DNA Revolution in Law Enforcement
Andrea Roth
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Teaching Rape Under Cover
Susan D. Rozelle
Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Generally Speaking, Canada Is Going in the Right Direction: A Response to the Honorable Claire L’Heureux-Dubé
Peter Sankoff, University of Auckland
Volume 3:2 (Spring 2006)

Mercy, Clemency, and Capital Punishment: Two Accounts
Austin Sarat, Amherst College
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Slaying the Synthetic Hydra: Drafting a Controlled Substances Act that Effectively Captures Synthetic Drugs
Hari K. Sathappan
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Cutting Bait
Fritz Scheller,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Rebutting the Myths About Race and the Death Penalty
Kent Scheidegger

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

Informing the Debate About Sexual Assault in the Military Services; Is the Department of Defense Its Own Worst Enemy?
Lisa M. Schenck
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Sex Offenses Under Military Law: Will the Recent Changes in the Uniform Code of Military Justice Re-traumatize Sexual Assault Survivors in the Courtroom?
Lisa M. Schenck
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Toward a Just and Rational Body of Substantive Criminal Law
Stephen J. Schulhofer, New York University School of Law
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

“Children are Different”: Constitutional Values and Justice Policy
Elizabeth S. Scott
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Sex Crimes Litigation as Hazardous Duty: Practical Tools for Trauma-Exposed Prosecutors, Defense Counsel, and Paralegals
Major Evan R. Seamone
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Hyper-Incarceration and Strategies of Disruption: Is There a Way Out?
Louis Michael Seidman,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Practicing What I Preach: A Professor in the Venire
Theresa A. Severance, Eastern Connecticut State University
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Last Attorney to the Jury Box is a Rotten Egg: Overcoming Psychological Hurdles in the Order of Presentation at Trial
Hyatt Browning Shirkey,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Does Parole Work? The Empirical Evidence from England and Wales
Stephen Shute, University of Birmingham
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Mercy, Clemency, and the Case of Karla Faye Tucker
Mary Sigler, Arizona State University College of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Introduction: Political Theory and Criminal Punishment
Mary Sigler,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

The Political Morality of the Eighth Amendment
Mary Sigler,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Responsibility for Inadvertent Acts
Andrew P. Simester, University of Nottingham
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Ignorance and Mistake of Criminal Law, Noncriminal Law, and Fact
Kenneth W. Simons

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Should the Model Penal Code’s Mens Rea Provisions Be Amended?
Kenneth W. Simons, Boston University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

The First Day of Criminal Law: Forgetting Everything You Thought You Already Knew
Kami Chavis Simmons

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Making Sense of White-Collar Crime: Theory and Research
Sally S. Simpson,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Proportionate Thoughts About Proportionality
Richard G. Singer,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Confined, Crammed, and Inextricable: What The Wire Gets Right
David Alan Sklansky,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Is the Exclusionary Rule Obsolete?
David Alan Sklansky, University of California, Berkeley
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

The Exclusionary Rule: Is It on Its Way Out? Should it Be?
Christopher Slobogin

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Toward Taping
Christopher Slobogin, University of Florida
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Mental Illness and Self-Representation: Faretta, Godinez and Edwards
Christopher Slobogin,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

The Liberal Assault on the Fourth Amendment
Christopher Slobogin, Visiting Professor, Stanford Law School, and Stephen C. O’Connell Professor of Law, University of Florida Levin College of Law
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Defending Those People
Abbe Smith

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

The Fourth Amendment, 1789–1868: A Strange History
Bruce P. Smith, University of Illinois College of Law
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Sketches of Yale Kamisar
Marc S. Spindelman, The Ohio State University
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

Miller v. Alabama: Is Death Still Different?
Carol S. Steiker & Jordan M. Steiker
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Abolition in Our Time
Carol S. Steiker, Harvard University, and Jordan M. Steiker, University of Texas
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Panetti v. Quarterman: Is there a “Rational Understanding” of the Supreme Court’s Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence?
Carol S. Steiker, Harvard Law School
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Introduction
Carol Steiker,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Offering Monetary Rewards to Public Whistleblowers: A Proposal for Attacking Corruption at Its Source
Charles J. Stiegler

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Youth Matters: Miller v. Alabama and the Future of Juvenile Sentencing
John F. Stinneford

Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Examining the Exercise of Prosecutorial Discretion in White Collar Crime
Kelly Strader
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Letter to the Journal
Gary L. Stuart,
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Everyman’s Exclusionary Rule: The Exclusionary Rule and the Rule of Law (or Why Conservatives Should Embrace the Exclusionary Rule)
Scott E. Sundby

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

The Loss of Constitutional Faith: McCleskey v. Kemp and the Dark Side of Procedure
Scott E. Sundby

Volume 10:1 (Fall 2012)

The Conundrum of Zealous Representation
Scott E. Sundby,
Volume 8:2 (Spring 2011)

Proportionality for High-Tech Searches
Peter P. Swire, C. William O’Neill Professor of Law, Moritz College of Law of the Ohio State University
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Repentance and the Liberal State
John Tasioulas, Corpus Christi College, Oxford University
Volume 4:2 (Spring 2007)

Hypocrisy, Corruption and Illegitimacy: Why Judicial Integrity Justifies the Exclusionary Rule
Andrew E. Taslitz

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

Search and Seizure History as Conversation: A Reply to Bruce P. Smith
Andrew E. Taslitz, Welsh S. White Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Daredevil and the Death Penalty
Andrew E. Taslitz, Howard University
Volume 1:2 (Spring 2004)

A Grateful Student’s Farewell to Welsh White
Andrew E. Taslitz, Howard University
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Wrongly Accused: Is Race a Factor in Convincing the Innocent?
Andrew E. Taslitz, Howard University
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Police Are People Too: Cognitive Obstacles to, and Opportunities for, Police Getting the Individualized Suspicion Judgment Right
Andrew E. Taslitz,
Volume 8:1 (Fall 2010)

Racial Blindsight: The Absurdity of Color-Blind Criminal Justice
Andrew E. Taslitz, Howard University School of Law
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

The Criminal Republic: Democratic Breakdown as a Cause of Mass Incarceration
Andrew E. Taslitz,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Islands in the Stream of History: An Institutional Archeology of Dual Sovereignty
George C. Thomas III, Rutgers University
Volume 1:1 (Fall 2003)

Missing Miranda’s Story
George C. Thomas III, Rutgers University
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

Through a Glass Darkly: Seeing the Real Warren Court Criminal Justice Legacy
George C. Thomas III, Rutgers University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

The Criminal Procedure Road Not Taken: Due Process and the Protection of Innocence
George C. Thomas III, Rutgers University
Volume 3:1 (Fall 2005)

Two Windows into Innocence
George C. Thomas III, Rutgers Board of Governors Professor of Law & Alexander P. Waugh, Senior Distinguished Scholar, Law School, Newark
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

“Truth Machines” and Confessions Law in the Year 2046
George C. Thomas III, Rutgers University, Newark
Volume 5:1 (Fall 2007)

Eyewitness Identifications and State Courts as Guardians Against Wrongful Conviction
Sandra Guerra Thompson, University of Houston Law Foundation Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Justice Institute at the University of Houston Law Center
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Immigration Law and Long-Term Residents: A Missing Chapter in American Criminal Law
Sandra Guerra Thompson, University of Houston
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

What Are We Doing to the Children?: An Essay on Juvenile (In)justice
Michael E. Tigar,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Welsh White: A Farewell Tribute to a Generous Spirit
James J. Tomkovicz, University of Iowa
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Davis v. United States: The Exclusion Revolution Continues
James J. Tomkovicz,
Volume 9:1 (Fall 2011)

Legitimacy and Criminal Justice: The Benefits of Self-Regulation
Tom R. Tyler,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Legitimacy and Cooperation: Why Do People Help the Police Fight Crime in Their Communities?
Tom R. Tyler, New York University, and Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia University
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Renaissance Redux? Chastity and Punishment in Italian Rape Law
Rachel A. Van Cleave, Golden Gate University School of Law
Volume 6:1 (Fall 2008)

Acoustic Separation in Military Justice: Filling the Decision Rule Vacuum with Ethical Standards
Rachel E. VanLandingham
Volume 11:2 (Spring 2015)

Personal Reflections on Connick v. Thompson
Michael Vitiello
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)

Criminal Confusion: Addressing the Tension Between Bar Preparation & Practical Skills
Anders Walker

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal Law Course
Anders Walker,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Response to Readers of “The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal Law Course”
Anders Walker,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Teaching Criminal Law
Lloyd L. Weinreb,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Did Legal Realism Engage the Real World of Criminal Law?
Robert Weisberg,
Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

Excerpts from “The Future of American Sentencing: A National Roundtable on Blakely”
Robert Weisberg, Stanford University
Volume 2:2 (Spring 2005)

A Critique of Mitchell Berman’s Belief-Based Theory of Blackmail
Peter Westen

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Some Common Confusions About Consent in Rape Cases
Peter Westen, University of Michigan
Volume 2:1 (Fall 2004)

The Supreme Court’s Bout with Insanity: Clark v. Arizona
Peter Westen, University of Michigan
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

Why the Paradox of Blackmail is so Hard to Resolve
Peter Westen
Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Impossibility Attempts: A Speculative Thesis
Peter Westen, University of Michigan
Volume 5:2 (Spring 2008)

Missouri’s Information-Based Discretionary Sentencing System
Michael A. Wolff, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri
Volume 4:1 (Fall 2006)

A Criminal Law Atheist Teaching in the Seminary
Ronald F. Wright

Volume 10:2 (Spring 2013)

How Prosecutor Elections Fail Us
Ronald F. Wright, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Wake Forest University School of Law
Volume 6:2 (Spring 2009)

Attempt, Risk-Creation, and Change of Mind: Reflections on Herzog
Gideon Yaffe

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

Intoxication, Recklessness, and Negligence
Gideon Yaffe

Volume 9:2 (Spring 2012)

My Client, the Cooperator, Lied: Now What?
Ellen Yaroshefsky,
Volume 7:2 (Spring 2010)

Did Changes in Juvenile Sanctions Reduce Juvenile Crime Rates? A Natural Experiment
Franklin E. Zimring & Stephen Rushin
Volume 11:1 (Fall 2014)