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Empirical Desert and Preventive Justice: A Comment
(New Criminal Law Review, 2014)
This essay is a response to an article by Paul Robinson, Joshua Barton, and Matthew Lister in this issue of New Criminal Law Review that criticizes an article I authored with Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein entitled Putting ...
Cause to Believe What? The Importance of Defining a Search's Object--Or, How the ABA Would Analyze the NSA Metadata Surveillance Program
(Oklahoma Law Review, 2014)
Courts and scholars have devoted considerable attention to the definition of probable cause and reasonable suspicion. Since the demise of the “mere evidence rule” in the 1960s, however, they have rarely examined how these ...