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Law Reviews and
Appellate Review of Unpreserved
Questions in Criminal Cases: An Attempt to Define the “Interest of
Justice," ___ J. APP. PRAC. & PROC. ___ (2011)
New York's Post-Verdict Scheme for
the Treatment of Insanity Acquittees: Balancing Public Safety With
Rights of the Mentally Ill, 25 ST. JOHN’S J. C.R. & ECON. DEV.
The Border Search Exception for
Exports: A Global Conceptualization, 26 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 1
A Question of Capacity: Towards a Comprehensive and Consistent
Vision of Children and Their Status Under Law, 10 U.C. DAVIS J.
JUV. L & POL’Y 275 (Summer 2006)
Using TWEN to Reach Evening Students, THE LAW TEACHER 12-13 (Spring
The Innocent Prisoner and the Appellate Prosecutor: Some Thoughts
on Post-Conviction Prosecutorial Ethics After Dretke v. Haley, 24
CRIM. JUST. ETHICS 12 (Summer/Fall 2005)
Can a Catholic lawyer represent a child in a judicial bypass
proceeding?, 44 J. CATH. L. STUD. 379 (2005)
Hitting the Ground Running: The Use of Boot Camps and Pre-Semester
Orientation Periods in Clinics and Externships, 74 MISS. L.J. 983
The Case Against Dog Breed Discrimination in the Provision of
Homeowners’ Insurance, 11 CONN. INS. L.J. 1 (2004-5)
Substantive Limitations on the Power of Family Courts to Commit
Delinquent Juveniles to State Custody: Analysis and Critique, 55
SYRACUSE L. REV. 87 (2004)
When Lawyers Break the Law: How the D.C. Court of Appeals
Disciplines Members of the Bar Who Commit Crimes, 6 U.D.C. L. REV.
Deputization of Indian Prosecutors: Protecting Indian Interests in
Federal Court, 88 GEO. L.J. 2187 (2000)
Taking on Testilying: The Prosecutor’s Response to In-Court Police
Deception, 18 CRIM. JUST. ETHICS 26 (Winter/Spring 1999)
Taking on Testilying: The
Prosecutor’s Response to In-Court Police Deception, in WILSON R.
PALACIOS, PAUL F. CROMWELL, ROGER G. DUNHAM, EDS., CRIME &
JUSTICE IN AMERICA: PRESENT REALITIES AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 223-243
(2d ed. 2002)
Twenty-Eighth Annual Review of Criminal Procedure: Appellate Review
of Sentences, 87 GEO. L.J. 1830 (1999)
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN CIVIL
LIBERTIES (Paul Finkelman, ed.) (Routledge pub.) (2006)
• Coolidge v. N.H.
• Probable Cause
• Reporter’s Privilege
Kids Say the Darndest Things: The Law
of Juvenile Confessions in Texas, Lubbock County Juvenile Justice
CLE, November 14, 2003
Insurers Barking Up Wrong Tree,
HARTFORD COURANT, April 3, 2005
Cost should not be primary factor in creating public defender’s
office, LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL, July 31, 2004.