Publications

Life Without Parole as a Conflicted Punishment, 48 Wake Forest Law Review 1101 (2013)

Sentenced to Confusion: Miller v. Alabama and the Coming Wave of Eighth Amendment Cases, 20 George Mason Law Review 25 (2012)

Juvenile Criminal Responsibility: Can Malice Supply the Want of Years? 86 Tulane Law Review 309 (2011)

Judicial Duty and the Supreme Court’s Cult of Celebrity (with Nelson Lund), 78 George Washington Law Review 1255 (2010)

Commentary on Max Minzner, Putting Probability Into Probable Cause, 87 Texas Law Review See Also 57 (2009)

Heller and Nonlethal Weapons (with Nelson Lund), 60 Hastings Law Journal 1387 (2009)

Originalism and Criminal Procedure, 11 Chapman Law Review 277 (2008) (transcribed remarks)

Judges Policing Hunches, 4 Journal of Law, Economics and Policy 25 (2007)

Review of Clint Bolick, David’s Hammer, 8 Engage 148 (2007)

“Left Behind” after Sarbanes-Oxley (with Moin A. Yahya), 44 American Criminal Law Review 1383 (2007)

Reasonable Suspicion and Mere Hunches, 59 Vanderbilt Law Review 407 (2006)

Calling a Truce in the Culture Wars: From Enron to the CIA, 17 Stanford Law and Policy Review 277 (2006)

Saving the Constitution: Lincoln, Secession, and the Price of Union, 102 Michigan Law Review 1263 (2004) (review of Daniel Farber, Lincoln’s Constitution)

Legislators as the “American Criminal Class”: Why Congress (Sometimes) Protects the Rights of Defendants, 2004 University of Illinois Law Review 599 (2004)

“Accommodations” for the Learning Disabled: A Level Playing Field or Affirmative Action for Elites? 57 Vanderbilt Law Review 1043 (2004)

The USA Patriot Act: Promoting the Cooperation of Foreign Intelligence Gathering and Law Enforcement, 11 George Mason Law Review 493 (2003)

The Reasonableness of Probable Cause, 81 Texas Law Review 951 (2003)

Lessons from the Zacarias Moussaoui Investigation: Recasting Probable Cause, 30 Search and Seizure Law Report No. 8 (2003)

Impeachment, Attainder, and a True Constitutional Crisis: Lessons from the Strafford Trial, 69 University of Chicago Law Review 2057 (2002)

Conspirators’ Privilege and Innocents’ Refuge: A New Approach to Joint Defense Agreements, 77 Notre Dame Law Review 1449 (2002)