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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: ADJUDICATION AND RIGHT TO COUNSEL (with Ronald Jay Allen, et.al.). Boston: CCH Incorporated/Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2011.
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: INVESTIGATION AND RIGHT TO COUNSEL (with Ronald Jay Allen, et.al.). New York: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2011.
DEFINING CRIMES, (with William J. Stuntz). New York: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2011.
HABEAS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: USES, ABUSES, AND THE FUTURE OF THE GREAT WRIT (with Nancy J. King). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2011. [SSRN]
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COMPREHENSIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (with Ronald Allen, et al., Eds.). Gaithersburg: Aspen Law & Business, 2001. Also: Teacher’s Manual (2001) and Supplements (2001, 2002, 2003).
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Innocence and Federal Habeas after AEDPA: Time for the Supreme Court to Act, 24 FEDERAL SENTENCING REPORTER 300 (2012). [HeinOnline]
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Right Problem; Wrong Solution (with Nancy King), 1 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW CIRCUIT 49 (2010).
Rethinking the Federal Role in State Criminal Justice (with Nancy J. King), 84 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 791 (2009). [SSRN]
Envisioning Post-Conviction Review for the 21st Century (with Nancy J. King), 78 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 433 (2008). [HeinOnline]
The Psychology and Law of Voluntary Manslaughter: What Can Psychology Research Teach Us About the "Heat of Passion" Defense? (with S.J. Sherman), 20 JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORIAL DECISION MAKING 499 (2007).
Protecting the Innocent: The Massachusetts Governor’s Council Report, 95 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY 561 (2005). [HeinOnline]
The Sentencing Conundrum (with Craig Bradley), 40 TRIAL 50 (December 2004).
Revenge or Mercy? Some Thoughts About Survivor Opinion Evidence in Death Penalty Cases, 88 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 530 (2003). [HeinOnline]
Be Careful What You Ask for: The 2000 Presidential Election, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Law of Criminal Procedure (with Craig M. Bradley), 76 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 889 (2001). [HeinOnline]
The Harry Pratter Professorship Lecture: Violence and the Truth, 76 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 939 (2001). [HeinOnline]
Justices Weave Intricate Web of Habeas Corpus Decisions, 37 TRIAL 62 (Dec. 2001).
Plea Bargaining in the Shadow of Death (with Marcy L. Kahn and Steven W. Fisher), 69 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 2313 (2001). [HeinOnline]
Substance and Procedure in Capital Cases: Why Federal Habeas Corpus Courts Should Review the Merits of Every Death Sentence, 78 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 1771 (2000). [HeinOnline]
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Computer Crime and the Limits of the Law, 1 INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR COMPARATIVE LAW AND POLITICS REVIEW 41 (1998).
"Truth" and the Japanese Code of Criminal Procedure, JURISTO (1998). (Special issue of JAPANESE LAW JOURNAL).
Federal Court Supervision of State Criminal Justice Administration (with Lauren Robel), 543 ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 154 (1996).
Justice Dando and the “Conservative” Argument for Abolition, 72 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 21 (1996). [HeinOnline]
Public Perception, Justice, and the “Search for Truth” in Criminal Cases (with Craig M. Bradley), 69 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1267 (1996). [HeinOnline]
Where’s the Buck? Juror Misperception of Sentencing Responsibility in Death Penalty Cases, 70 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1137 (1995). [HeinOnline]
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On the Perils of Line Drawing: Juveniles and the Death Penalty, 40 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 229 (1989). [HeinOnline]
The Supreme Court’s New Vision of Federal Habeas Corpus for State Prisoners, 1989 SUPREME COURT REVIEW 165 (1989). [HeinOnline]
Court Actions Contesting the Nonjudicial Foreclosure of Deeds of Trust in Washington, 59 WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 323 (1984). [HeinOnline]
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House v. Bell and the Death of Innocence, in DEATH PENALTY STORIES (John H. Blume and Jordan M. Steiker, Eds.). New York: Foundation Press, 2009.
The "Cruel and Unusual Punishment" Clause: A Limit on the Power to Punish or Constitutional Rhetoric?, in THE BILL OF RIGHTS IN MODERN AMERICA, Rev. ed. (David J. Bodenhamer and James W. Ely, Eds.). Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2008.
Globalization and Japanese Criminal Law in LAW IN JAPAN: A TURNING POINT (Daniel H. Foote, Ed.). Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2007.
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On the Death Penalty for Juveniles, in CHILD, PARENT AND STATE: LAW AND POLICY READER (S. Randall Humm et al., Eds.). Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994.
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Taking Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court, in APPELLATE PRACTICE, 1991. Indianapolis: Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, 1991.
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State Capital Punishment Laws and How They Differ (course material), in HANDLING CAPITAL CASES. Reno: National Judicial College, 1989.
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Book Review. Cohen, C. and Sterba, J., Affirmative Action and Racial Preference, 12 ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ETHICS 531 (2004).
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Editorials & Commentaries
Improving Criminal Justice: How Can We Make the American Criminal Justice System More Just? (with Nancy J. King), 95 No. 2 JUDICATURE 59 (2011). [HeinOnline]
Justice, Too Much and Too Expensive (with Nancy J. King), NEW YORK TIMES (Apr. 16, 2011).
No Doubt, Death Penalty Reform Is Difficult, CHICAGO TRIBUNE (Apr. 23, 2015).
Another Safeguard Against Unwarranted Executions: Let the Illinois Supreme Court Make the Final Call on Death Penalty Cases, CHICAGO TRIBUNE (Dec. 1, 2002).