Tuesday, May 11, 2021


Criminal Justice Reform

Title Author Hits
Addressing Implicit Racial Biases Against Black Victims in Self-defense Cases Unknown Hits: 687
Scanning for Bias: A Neuroscientific Response to Policing with Implicit Bias Jeanelly Nuñez Hits: 165
The Road to Solutions: Systemic Racism and Implicit Bias in Prosecution Margaret Olson and Ivy Telles Hits: 232
Incorporation by Any Other Name? Comparing Congress' Federalization of Tribal Court Criminal Procedure with the Supreme Court's Regulation of State Courts Jordan Gross Hits: 195
Undocumented Criminal Procedure Devon W. Carbado and Cheryl I. Harris Hits: 329
Defiance, Concealed Carry, and Race Nicholas J. Johnson Hits: 559
Accountability and Repair: The Prosecutor's Case for Restorative Justice Miriam Krinsky and Taylor Phares Hits: 841
Can the ACLU and John Legend Make Prosecutorial Elections Matter? Or Does America Need to Change its System? Reva Ghadge Hits: 842
Restorative Prosecution? Rethinking Responses to Violence Olivia Dana and Sherene Crawford Hits: 546
The Hard Truths of Progressive Prosecution and a Path to Realizing the Movement's Promise Seema Gajwani and Max G. Lesser Hits: 712
Bias and Guilt Before Innocence: How the American Civil Liberties Union Seeks to Reform a System That Penalizes Indigent Defendants Candace White Hits: 1367
Criminal Trials and Reforms Intended to Reduce the Impact of Race: A Review Barbara O'Brien and Catherine M. Grosso Hits: 750
Moving the Needle: Two Promising Tools to Attack Arkansas's Racial Disparity in Criminal Sentencing Anastasia M. Boles Hits: 709
It Should Never Be Justified: A Critical Examination of the Binary Paradigm Used to Categorize Police Shootings Allen Slater Hits: 629
Reclaiming Black Dignity From the Police and the State John Felipe Acevedo Hits: 898
The Constitutional Challenges Awaiting Police Reform--and How Congress Can Try to Address Them Preemptively Matthew Stanford Hits: 1013
The Paradox of S.B. 1421: A New Tool to Shed Light on Police Misconduct and a Perverse Incentive to Cover it up Carina Miller Hits: 105
Abolishing Private Prisons: A Constitutional and Moral Imperative Robert Craig and André Douglas Pond Cummings Hits: 1367
The State of the Law 2020: Prisoners' Rights Georgetown University and The Georgetown Law Journal Hits: 2024
Where Is the Strike Zone? Arguing for a Uniformly Narrow Interpretation of the Prison Litigation Reform Act's “Three Strikes” Rule Samuel B. Reilly Hits: 239
Recreational Marijuana Legalization in New Jersey: The Formula for a Bill That Accounts for Racial Injustice Kamaria A. Guity Hits: 1172
The Failure of the Criminal Procedure Revolution: The Supreme Court's Role in Mass Incarceration William T. Pizzi Hits: 759
Advancing Criminal Reform Through Ballot Initiatives Nicholas Ansel Hits: 79
Driven to Despair: Confronting Racial Inequity in North Carolina's License Suspension Practices Jennifer M. Lechner and B. Leigh Wicclair Hits: 120
Examining Black Citizenship: Rhetoric and Nostalgia in the Criminal Justice Reform Movement Michael Gentithes Hits: 205
Iron Shackles to Invisible Chains: Breaking the Binds of Collateral Consequences Artika Tyner and Darlene Fry Hits: 1583
Mental-Health Courts: Expanding the Model in an Era of Criminal Justice Reform Courtney Black Hits: 580
Racial Blindsight: The Absurdity of Color-blind Criminal Justice Andrew E. Taslitz Hits: 80
Retroactive Legality: Marijuana Convictions and Restorative Justice in an Era of Criminal Justice Reform Deborah M. Ahrens Hits: 1853
Rhetoric and Nostalgia in the Criminal Justice Reform Movement Michael Gentithes Hits: 111
Survey Says?: U.S. Cities Double down on Civilian Oversight of Police Despite Challenges and Controversy Sharon R. Fairley Hits: 741
The First Step Act's Misstep: Why the First Step Act Violates Prisoners' Rights to Equal Protection Madeleine Dolan Hits: 601
The Governor's Clemency Power: An Underused Tool to Mitigate the Impact of Measure 11 in Oregon Aliza B. Kaplan and Venetia Mayhew Hits: 434
The Never-ending Grasp of the Prison Walls: Banning the Box on Housing Applications Ashley De La Garza Hits: 635
What Were “They” Thinking, and Does it Matter? Structural Inequality and Individual Intent in Criminal Justice Reform Hadar Aviram Hits: 844
Criminal Legal Education Shaun Ossei-Owusu Hits: 161
Covid-19's Next Victim? The Rights of the Accused Dubin Research & Consulting Hits: 1938
Covid-19 and Criminal Justice Valena Beety and Brandon L. Garrett Hits: 501
Covid-19, Racism and the Conundrum of Mask Requirements Robert Gatter and Seema Mohapatra Hits: 2970
The Effects of Race and Criminal History on Landlords' (Un)willingness to Rent to Exonerees Lesley Zannella, Kimberley Clow, Emma Rempel, Leah Hamovitch and Victoria Hall Hits: 963