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Rethinking Legally Relevant Mental Disorder
(Ohio Northern University Law Review, 2003)
The law insists on maintaining mental disorder as a predicate for a wide array of legal provisions, in both the criminal justice system and the civil law. Among adults, only a person with a "mental disease or defect" can ...
Citizens United & Corporate & Human Crime
(Green Bag 2d, 2010)
Citizens United v. Election Commission held that, like human citizens, corporations can exercise their right to free speech by spending as much money as they like trying to influence elections. This article does not attack ...
A Jurisprudence of Dangerousness
(Northwestern University Law Review, 2003)
This article addresses the state's police power authority to deprive people of liberty based on predictions of antisocial behavior. Most conspicuously exercised against so-called "sexual predators," this authority purportedly ...
The Civilization of the Criminal Law
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2005)
This article explores the jurisprudential and practical feasibility of a "preventive" regime of criminal justice. More specifically, it examines an updated version of the type of government intervention espoused four decades ...
The Structure of Expertise in Criminal Cases
(Seton Hall Law Review, 2003)
This essay, part of a two-issue symposium on the implications of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals and its progeny, is built around three propositions about expert testimony and criminal cases. First, the "Daubert ...
Treating Juveniles Like Juveniles: Getting Rid of Transfer and Expanded Adult Court Jurisdiction
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2013)
The number of juveniles transferred to adult court has skyrocketed in the past two decades and has only recently begun to level off. This symposium article argues that, because it wastes resources, damages juveniles, and ...