Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law: Volume 7:1 (Fall 2009)

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Symposium: What Criminal Law and Procedure Can Learn From Criminology
Guest Editors: David A. Harris and Joshua Dressler


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Symposium: What Criminal Law and Procedure Can Learn From Criminology

What Criminal Law and Procedure Can Learn from Criminology
Harris, David A. pp. 1-5
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Studying Wrongful Convictions: Learing from Social Science
Leo, Richard A.; Gould, Jon B. pp. 7-30
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Putting the Practice Into Theory
Miller, Eric J. pp. 31-69
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Criminal Justice and the Public Imagination
Luna, Erik pp. 71-147
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How Accountability-Based Policing Can Reinforce -- Or Replace -- The Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule
Harris, David A. pp. 149-213
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Commentary Symposium: Criminal Law, Casebooks, and Legal Education

Criminal Law Casebooks: An Introduction to a Dialogue on Their History and Role in Legal Education
Dressler, Joshua pp. 215-216
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The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal Law Course
Walker, Anders pp. 217-247
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I Remember Professor Wechsler
Kamisar, Yale pp. 249-255
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On Cases, Casebooks, and the Real World of Criminal Justice: A Brief Response to Anders Walker
Dripps, Donald A. pp. 257-260
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Teaching Criminal Law from a Critical Perspective
Harris, Angela P.; Cynthia, Lee pp. 261-266
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Criminal Law Textbooks and Human Betterment
Husak, Douglas pp. 267-274
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Four Good Things About Wechsler's Approach
Paris, Margaret L. pp. 275-278
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Teaching Criminal Law
Weinreb, Lloyd L. pp. 279-291
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Did Legal Realism Engage the Real World of Criminal Law?
Weisberg, Robert pp. 293-302
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Response to Readers of "The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal Law Course"
Walker, Anders pp. 303-305
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Walter C. Reckless-Simon Dinitz Memorial Lecture

Legitimacy and Criminal Justice: The Benefits of Self-Regulation
Tyler, Tom R. pp. 307-359
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Commentaries

Eyewitness Corroboration Requirements As Protections Against Wrongful Conviction: The Hidden Questions
Crump, David pp. 361-376
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Colorado v. Connelly: What Really Happened
Pizzi, William T. pp. 377-389
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Mental Illness and Self-Representation: Faretta, Godinez and Edwards
Slobogin, Christopher pp. 391-411
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Reviews

Protecting the Innocent as the Primary Value of the Criminal Justice System
Bandes, Susan A. pp. 413-438
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States of War: Defensive Force Among Nations
Binder, Guyora pp. 439-461
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Term Paper

Herring v. United States: A Minnow or a Shark?
Alschuler, Albert W. pp. 463-513
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