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    1. Hirschel, D; Hutchison, IW
      The relative effects of offense, offender, and victim variables on the decision to prosecute domestic violence cases

      VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
    2. Hoffmann, JL
      Apprendi v. New Jersey: Back to the future?

      AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW
    3. King, NJ; Klein, SR
      Essential elements

      VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW
    4. Cass, RA; Hylton, KN
      Antitrust intent

      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW
    5. Davis, AJ
      The American prosecutor: Independence, power, and the threat of tyranny

      IOWA LAW REVIEW
    6. Kaplow, L; Shavell, S
      Fairness versus welfare

      HARVARD LAW REVIEW
    7. Alfieri, AV
      Race prosecutors, race defenders

      GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL
    8. Posner, EA
      Law and the emotions

      GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL
    9. Burris, S
      Surveillance, social risk, and symbolism: Framing the analysis for research and policy

      JOURNAL OF ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES
    10. Nolan, JL; Westervelt, SD
      Justifying justice: Therapeutic law and the victimization defense strategy

      SOCIOLOGICAL FORUM
    11. Brame, R
      Investigating treatment effects in a domestic violence experiment with partially missing outcome data

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    12. Slobogin, C; Fondacaro, M
      Rethinking deprivations of liberty: Possible contributions from therapeutic and ecological jurisprudence

      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES & THE LAW
    13. Iburg, U
      Practical problems concerning the criminal law of prevention of cruelty toanimals.

      DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    14. Dolling, D
      Scientific cooperation: is the freedom of research restricted by criminal law?

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KARDIOLOGIE
    15. Blais, LE
      Beyond cost/benefit: The maturation of economic analysis of the law and its consequences for environmental policymaking

      UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW
    16. Neilson, WS; Winter, H
      Bias and the economics of jury selection

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF LAW AND ECONOMICS
    17. Stuntz, WJ
      Self-defeating crimes

      VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW
    18. Kahan, DM
      Gentle nudges vs. hard shoves: Solving the sticky norms problem

      UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW
    19. Alfieri, AV
      Prosecuting violence/reconstructing community

      STANFORD LAW REVIEW
    20. Davies, SL
      The penalty of exclusion - A price or sanction?

      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW
    21. Law, SA
      Commercial sex: Beyond decriminalization

      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW
    22. Leipold, AD
      The problem of the innocent, acquitted defendant

      NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    23. Simons, MA
      Prosecutorial discretion and prosecution guidelines: A case study in controlling federalization

      NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    24. Drexler, M
      Judicial review & the policy of federal abstention: A juvenile's right to ensure the existence of a "substantial federal interest"

      MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
    25. Moore, SAD
      Questioning the autonomy of prosecutorial charging decisions: Recognizing the need to exercise discretion - Knowing there will be consequences for crossing the line

      LOUISIANA LAW REVIEW
    26. Polinsky, AM; Shavell, S
      The economic theory of public enforcement of law

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE
    27. Cook, RJ; Dickens, BM
      Voluntary and involuntary sterilization: denials and abuses of rights

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GYNECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS
    28. Nunn, KB
      The "Darden dilemma": Should African Americans prosecute crimes?

      FORDHAM LAW REVIEW
    29. Podgor, ES
      The ethics and professionalism of prosecutors in discretionary decisions

      FORDHAM LAW REVIEW
    30. Finkelstein, C
      Positivism and the notion of an offense

      CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW
    31. Graupner, H
      Sexual consent: The criminal law in Europe and overseas

      ARCHIVES OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
    32. Varaut, JM
      Penalisation of the medical domain

      BULLETIN DE L ACADEMIE NATIONALE DE MEDECINE
    33. Stern, CA
      Crime, moral luck, and the sermon on the mount

      CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    34. Baker, JS
      State police powers and the federalization of local crime

      TEMPLE LAW REVIEW
    35. Dumit, J
      Objective brains, prejudicial images

      SCIENCE IN CONTEXT
    36. Westen, P
      Egelhoff again

      AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW
    37. Wolpert, C
      Considering race and crime: Distilling non-partisan policy from opposing theories

      AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW
    38. Helmholz, RH
      Magna Carta and the ius commune

      UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW
    39. Garvey, SP
      Punishment as atonement

      UCLA LAW REVIEW
    40. Umari, BA
      Is tort law indifferent to moral luck?

      TEXAS LAW REVIEW
    41. Barnes, WL
      Revenge on utilitarianism: Renouncing a comprehensive economic theory of crime and punishment

      INDIANA LAW JOURNAL
    42. Strader, JK
      The judicial politics of white collar crime

      HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL
    43. Kahan, DM
      The secret ambition of deterrence

      HARVARD LAW REVIEW
    44. Bock, RW
      Defects in treatment, patient information and organization from the aspectof criminal law

      GYNAKOLOGE
    45. Luban, D
      Contrived ignorance

      GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL
    46. Levit, N
      Critical of race theory: Race, reason, merit, and civility

      GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL
    47. Baker, KK
      Sex, rape, and shame

      BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    48. Khanna, VS
      Is the notion of corporate fault a faulty notion?: The case of corporate mens rea

      BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    49. MICHAEL M
      UNITED-STATES V. ARMSTRONG - SELECTIVE PROSECUTION - A FUTILE DEFENSEAND ITS ARDUOUS STANDARD OF DISCOVERY

      Catholic University law review
    50. Schultz-Ross, RA; Jenkins, L
      Culture, law and psychiatry in Hawaii

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    51. Manion, M
      Issues in corruption control in post-Mao China

      ISSUES & STUDIES
    52. MILLS LG
      MANDATORY ARREST AND PROSECUTION POLICIES FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - A CRITICAL LITERATURE-REVIEW AND THE CASE FOR MORE RESEARCH TO TEST VICTIM EMPOWERMENT APPROACHES

      Criminal justice and behavior
    53. Chaney, CK; Saltzstein, GH
      Democratic control and bureaucratic responsiveness: The police and domestic violence

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
    54. JACOBS MS
      REQUIRING BATTERED WOMEN DIE - MURDER LIABILITY FOR MOTHERS UNDER FAILURE TO PROTECT STATUTES

      Journal of criminal law & criminology
    55. Jacoby, JE; Cullen, FT
      The structure of punishment norms: Applying the Rossi-Berk model

      JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY
    56. KAHAN DM
      SOCIAL MEANING AND THE ECONOMIC-ANALYSIS OF CRIME

      The Journal of legal studies
    57. STEWART G
      BLACK CODES AND BROKEN WINDOWS - THE LEGACY OF RACIAL HEGEMONY IN ANTI-GANG CIVIL INJUNCTIONS

      The Yale law journal
    58. CURCIO AA
      BREAKING THE SILENCE - USING A NOTIFICATION PENALTY AND OTHER NOTIFICATION MEASURES IN PUNITIVE DAMAGES CASES

      Wisconsin law review
    59. GARVEY SP
      CAN SHAMING PUNISHMENTS EDUCATE

      The University of Chicago law review
    60. ALFIERI AV
      RACE TRIALS

      Texas law review
    61. HALL C
      CHALLENGING SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC REGULATIONS AFTER THE DISHARMONIC CONVERGENCE - WHREN V. UNITED-STATES, UNITED-STATES V. ARMSTRONG, AND THE EVOLUTION OF POLICE DISCRETION

      Texas law review
    62. BABCOCK BA
      SISTERS-IN-LAW - WOMEN LAWYERS IN MODERN AMERICAN HISTORY - DRACHMAN,V

      Stanford law review
    63. MARTIN SP
      INTRACORPORATE CONSPIRACIES

      Stanford law review
    64. MICHAELS AC
      ACCEPTANCE - THE MISSING MENTAL STATE

      Southern California law review
    65. Renaut, MH
      Vagrancy and begging in France from the Middle Ages to the present - Outmoded crimes, day to day reality

      REVUE HISTORIQUE
    66. YEAGER D
      KAHAN ON MISTAKES

      Michigan law review
    67. KAHAN DM
      THE ANATOMY OF DISGUST - MILLER,WL

      Michigan law review
    68. Harcourt, BE
      Reflecting on the subject: A critique of the social influence conception of deterrence, the broken windows theory, and order-maintenance policing NewYork style

      MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
    69. Adler, MD
      Rights against rules: The moral structure of American constitutional law

      MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
    70. Brickey, KF
      The rhetoric of environmental crime: Culpability, discretion, and structural reform

      IOWA LAW REVIEW
    71. Davies, SL
      The jurisprudence of willfulness: An evolving theory of excusable ignorance

      DUKE LAW JOURNAL
    72. CHRISTIAN AC
      JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY AND THE JOINT RETURN - ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR WOMEN

      University of Cincinnati law review
    73. SNIDER L
      TOWARDS SAFER SOCIETIES - PUNISHMENT, MASCULINITIES AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
    74. MASSARO TM
      THE MEANINGS OF SHAME - IMPLICATIONS FOR LEGAL REFORM

      Psychology, public policy, and law
    75. FINKEL NJ; GROSCUP JL
      WHEN MISTAKES HAPPEN - COMMONSENSE RULES OF CULPABILITY

      Psychology, public policy, and law
    76. Katsumi Nitta; Masato Shibasaki
      Defeasible reasoning in Japanese criminal Jurisprudence.

      Artificial intelligence and law
    77. DAUSCHMIDT KG
      SMOKING IN THE WASHROOM OF THE CHICAGO SCHOOL - REPLY

      Law & social inquiry
    78. DENNO DW
      SEXUALITY, RAPE, AND MENTAL-RETARDATION

      University of Illinois law review
    79. KLEIN SR
      THE DISCRIMINATORY APPLICATION OF SUBSTANTIVE DUE-PROCESS - A TALE OF2 VEHICLES

      University of Illinois law review
    80. PODGOR ES
      GLOBALIZATION AND THE FEDERAL PROSECUTION OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

      The American criminal law review
    81. ALEXANDER L; KESSLER KD
      MENS-REA AND INCHOATE CRIMES

      Journal of criminal law & criminology
    82. KEITER M
      JUST SAY NO EXCUSE - THE RISE AND FALL OF THE INTOXICATION DEFENSE

      Journal of criminal law & criminology
    83. NOURSE V
      PASSIONS PROGRESS - MODERN LAW REFORM AND THE PROVOCATION DEFENSE

      The Yale law journal
    84. DAUSCHMIDT KG
      ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY - THE PROSPECTS FOR AN INTERDISCIPLINARY DISCOURSE ON LAW

      Wisconsin law review
    85. NANCE DA
      GUIDANCE RULES AND ENFORCEMENT RULES - A BETTER VIEW OF THE CATHEDRAL

      Virginia law review
    86. STEIKER CS
      THE MARTINSVILLE-7 - RACE, RAPE, AND CAPITAL-PUNISHMENT - RISE,EW

      Virginia law review
    87. KAHAN DM
      SOCIAL-INFLUENCE, SOCIAL MEANING, AND DETERRENCE

      Virginia law review
    88. BRYAN PL
      STORIES IN FICTION AND IN FACT - GLASPELL,SUSAN A JURY OF HER PEERS AND THE 1901 MURDER TRIAL OF HOSSACK,MARGARET

      Stanford law review
    89. ROBINSON PH; DARLEY JM
      THE UTILITY OF DESERT

      Northwestern University law review
    90. KAHAN DM
      IGNORANCE OF LAW IS AN EXCUSE - BUT ONLY FOR THE VIRTUOUS

      Michigan law review
    91. ALFIERI AV
      LYNCHING ETHICS - TOWARD A THEORY OF RACIALIZED DEFENSES

      Michigan law review
    92. PERLIN ML
      THE BORDERLINE WHICH SEPARATED YOU FROM ME - THE INSANITY DEFENSE, THE AUTHORITARIAN SPIRIT, THE FEAR OF FAKING, AND THE CULTURE OF PUNISHMENT

      Iowa law review
    93. BYBEE JS
      INSURING DOMESTIC TRANQUILLITY - LOPEZ, FEDERALIZATION OF CRIME, AND THE FORGOTTEN ROLE OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLAUSE

      The George Washington law review
    94. BROWN GD
      SHOULD FEDERALISM SHIELD CORRUPTION - MAIL FRAUD, STATE-LAW AND POST-LOPEZ ANALYSIS

      Cornell law review
    95. KAATSCH HJ; SCHEWE G
      TREATMENT OF SENIOR PATIENTS - LEGAL-ASPE CTS

      Zeitschrift fur Gerontologie und Geriatrie
    96. WANLESS M
      MANDATORY ARREST - A STEP TOWARD ERADICATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, BUT IS IT ENOUGH

      University of Illinois law review
    97. TURNER C
      WHATS THE STORY - AN ANALYSIS OF JUROR DISCRIMINATION AND A PLEA FOR AFFIRMATIVE JURY SELECTION

      The American criminal law review
    98. SCHNEIDER EM
      RESISTANCE TO EQUALITY

      University of Pittsburgh law review
    99. ZIPURSKY BC
      SELF-DEFENSE, DOMINATION, AND THE SOCIAL-CONTRACT

      University of Pittsburgh law review
    100. KAHAN DM
      WHAT DO ALTERNATIVE SANCTIONS MEAN

      The University of Chicago law review


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