Featured Publications

Faculty Research and Publications

Keith A Findley, "Interrogations and False Confessions: A Psychological Perspective," (with Brian L. Cutler and Timothy E. Moore), Canadian Criminal Law Review (July 2014)

Ion Meyn, Discovery and Darkness: The Information Deficit in Criminal Disputes, 79 Brooklyn Law Review 1091 (Spring 2014)

Keith A. Findley, Psychological Perspectives: Cognition and Decision Making, in Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward (with Barbara O’Brien) (Carolina Academic Press, Bruce R. Acker & Allison D. Redlich, eds., 2014)

Keith A. Findley, Innocence Found: The Innocence Movement in America, in Controversies in Innocence Cases in America (Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2013)

Keith A. Findley, The Innocence Movement, the Innocence Network, and Policy Reform, in Making Justice: The Innocence Challenge to Criminal Justice Policy and Practice (with Lawrence Golden) (Taylor & Francis/Routledge Press, Marvin Zalman & Julia Carrano, eds., 2013)

Keith A. Findley, Book Review: Understanding Failed Evidence, 28 Crim. Justice 66 (Spring 2013)

Keith A. Findley, DNA Exonerations, in Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, 2nd Edition (Jay A. Siegel and Pekka Saukko, eds. 2013)

Keith A. Findley, The Innocence Project, in Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, 2nd Edition (Jay A. Siegel and Pekka Saukko, eds. 2013)

Keith A.Findley, Judicial Gatekeeping of Suspect Evidence: Due Process and Evidentiary Rules in the Age of Innocence, 47 Georgia Law Review 723 (2013)

Byron Lichstein, Public Confidence in Courts and Close Relationships between Judges and Jurors,” Catholic University Law Review, Vol. 61, No. 2 (2012)

Keith A. Findley, Shaken Baby Syndrome, Abusive Head Trauma, and Actual Innocence: Getting It Right (with Patrick David Barnes, David Moran, and Waney Squier), 12 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol’y 209 (2012)

Keith A. Findley, Examining Shaken Baby Syndrome Convictions in Light of New Medical Scientific Research, 37 Okla. City L. Rev.  2019 (2012)

Keith A. Findley, Adversarial Inquisitions: Rethinking the Search for the Truth, 56 New York L. Rev. 911 (2011/2012)

Marsha M. Mansfield and Louise G. Trubek.  New Roles to Solve Old Problems: Lawyering for Ordinary People in Today’s Context. 56 New York Law School L. Rev. 367 (2011-12).

Michele LaVigne and Gregory J. Van Rybroek, Breakdown in the Language Zone:  The Prevalence of Language Impairments Among Juvenile and Adult Offenders and Why it Matters, 15 U.C. Davis J. Juv. L. & Pol'y 37 (2011).

Ben Kempinen, Problem-Solving Courts and the Defense Function: The Wisconsin Experience.  62 Hastings L. J. 1349 (2011).

Marsha M. Mansfield, Betsy J. Abramson, and Jane A. Raymond.  Wisconsin’s Individual-At-Risk Restraining Order:  An Analysis of the First Thirty Months.  18 Elder L.J. 247 (2011).

Keith A.Findley, Defining Innocence, 74 Albany L. Rev. 1157 (2010-11).

Keith A. Findley, An Investigation of Top-down Vs. Bottom-up Processing in Post-Appellate Review of a Criminal Case (with Andrew Smith and Brian Cutler), 74 Albany L. Rev. 1365 (2010-2011)

Keith A. Findley, New Perspectives on Brady and Other Disclosure Obligations: Reports of the Working Groups on Best Practices: The Disclosure Process, 31 Cardozo L. Rev. 1961 (2010)

Keith A. Findley, Mary C. Delaney and Sheila Sullivan.  Exonerees’ Hardships After Freedom. 83 Wis. Lawyer 18 (Feb. 2010).

Keith A. Findley, Tunnel Vision, in Conviction of the Innocent: Lessons from Psychological Research (B. Cutler, ed., APA Press, 2010)

Keith A. Findley, Reforming Eyewitness Identification Procedures to Enhance Reliability and Protect the Innocent, in Inside the Minds: Best Practices for Eyewitness Identification (Aspatore Books, 2010)

Keith A. Findley, Innocence Protection in the Appellate Process, 93 Marquette L. Rev. 510 (2010)

Keith A. Findley, They didn’t do the crime, but they did the time.  How to better prevent wrongful convictions, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 7, 2010

Keith A. Findley, No silver bullets in forensic evidence, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, September 2, 2010

Keith A. Findley, Wrongful Conviction in Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law (B. Cutler, ed., 2009)

Ben Kempinen, Criminal Justice Innovations in Wisconsin:  Collaborative Decision Making.  30 Just. Sys. J. 327 (2009).

Keith A. Findley, Toward a New Paradigm of Criminal Justice: How the Innocence Movement Merges Crime Control and Due Process, 41 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 133 (2008)

Keith A. Findley, Innocents at Risk: Adversary Imbalance, Forensic Science, and the Search for Truth, 38 Seton Hall L. Rev. 893 (2008)

Stephen E. Meili, ‘Of Course He Just Stood There: He’s the Law’: Reflections on Cultural Depictions of Cause Lawyers in Post -Authoritarian Chile,” in The Cultural Lives of Cause Lawyers (Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold, eds., Cambridge Univ. Pr. 2008).

Byron E. Lichstein, drafter for Wisconsin Criminal Justice Study Commission, Study Suggests Causes of and Ways to Prevent False Confessions, 80 Wis. Lawyer 4 (May 2007).

Stephen E. Meili & Kelly Anderson, Wisconsin’s New Automobile Repossession Law: Creditors in the Driver’s Seat, 80 Wis. Lawyer 9 (Feb. 2007).

Stephen E.Meili, ed., Your Consumer Rights, published in English and Spanish (Consumer Law Clinic, Univ. of Wis. Law School, Third Edition, 2007).

Keith A. Findley, National Eyewitness Identification Network, 15 Wisconsin Defender 16 (Winter/Spring 2007).

William E. Rosales, Sentence Adjustment Petitions: An Update, 15 Wisconsin Defender 4 (Winter/Spring 2007).

Kenneth M. Streit, Lock Them Up Wisconsin, 16 Wisconsin Defender 19 (Winter/Spring 2007).

Meredith J. Ross, A “Systems Approach to Clinical Legal Education, 13 Clinical L. Rev. 779 (2007),

Juliet M. Brodie, Post-Welfare Lawyering: Clinical Legal Education and a New Poverty Law Agenda, 20 Washington Univ. J. of Law & Policy 201 (2006).

Walter J. Dickey & Peggy McGarry, The Search for Justice and Safety through Community Engagement: Community Justice and Community Prosecution, 42 Idaho L. Rev. 313 (2006).

Keith A. Findley, Rediscovering the Lawyer School: Curriculum Reform in Wisconsin. 24 Wis. Int’l. L. J. 295 (2006).

Keith A. Findley, The Pedagogy of Innocence: Reflections on the Role of Innocence Projects in Clinical Legal Education, 13 Clin. L. Rev. 231 (2006).

Keith A. Findley & Michael S. Scott, The Multiple Dimensions of Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases, 2006 Wis. L. Rev. 291 (2006).

Ben Kempinen, The Ethics of Prosecutor Contact with the Unrepresented Defendant, 19 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1147 (2006).

Ben Kempinen, Dealing Fairly with an Unrepresented Person, 78 Wis. Lawyer 12 (Oct. 2006).

Katherine R. Kruse, Instituting Innocence Reform: Wisconsin’s New Governance Experiment, 2006 Wis. L. Rev. 645 (2006).

Michele M. LaVigne, McCay Vernon, & Jean Andrews, The Deaf Suspect/Defendant and the Bill of Rights, Views 1 (May 2006).

Stephen E. Meili, “Consumer Cause Lawyers in the United States: Lawyers for the Movement or a Movement Unto Themselves,” in Cause Lawyers and Social Movements (Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold, eds., Stanford Univ. Pr. 2006).

John Pray and Byron Lichstein, The Evolution Through Experience of Criminal Clinics: The Criminal Appeals Project at the University of Wisconsin Law School’s Remington Center, 75 Miss. L. J. 795 (2006).

Mary M. Prosser, Reforming Criminal Discovery: Why Old Objections Must Yield to New Realities, 2006 Wis. L. Rev. 541.

Michael S. Scott, Community Justice in Policing, 42 Idaho L. Rev. 415 (2006).

Michael S. Scott, Drunk Driving. U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services 2006.

Michael S. Scott, Implementing Crime Prevention: Lessons Learned from Problem-Oriented Policing Projects, 20 Crime Prevention Studies 9 (2006).

Keith A. Findley, Wisconsin Takes the Lead in Improving the Criminal Justice System, Criminal Law News at 2 (State Bar of Wisconsin, July 2005).

Michele LaVigne & McCay Vernon, It Takes More than a Sign, Part 1, 29 Champion 26 (June 2005).

Michele LaVigne & McCay Vernon, It Takes More than a Sign, Part 2, 29 Champion 28 (July 2005).

Michele M. LaVigne, Yes We Can: The Very Helpful Law of Demonstrative Evidence, California Defender (Fall/Winter 2005) at 49.

Michele LaVigne and Craig Mastantuono, Impeachment, 13 Wisconsin Defender 20 (Fall 2005).

Stephen E. Meili, “Cause Lawyering for Collective Justice: A Case Study of the amparo colectivo in Argentina,” in The World Consumer Lawyers Make, Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold, eds. (Stanford Univ. Pr. 2005).

Keith A. Findley, Taping would help prevent wrongful convictions, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 13, 2005, p. J-1

Mary Prosser, Andrea D. Lyon, & Emily Hughes, Federal Habeas Corpus: Cases and Materials (Carolina Academic Pr. 2005).

Meredith J. Ross, Sentence Modification and Early Release for TIS Inmates, 13Wisconsin Defender 4 (Winter/Spring 2005).

Meredith J. Ross, ed., LAIP Desk Book (Remington Center, 2001; rev. 2005).

Walter J. Dickey, Taking Life Seriously, 16 Fed. Sent’g. Rep. 245 (Feb. 2004).

Keith A. Findley, Re-Imagining Justice, 12 Wisconsin Defender 11 (Winter 2004).

Stephen E. Meili, “Consumer Actions,” in Methods of Practice, Jay E. Grenig & Nathan A. Fishbach, eds. (West 2004).

Michele M. LaVigne, Court Interpreters: Good Enough’ Isn’t Good Enough Any More, 11 Wisconsin Defender 4 (Winter 2003).

Michele LaVigne & McCay Vernon, An Interpreter Isn’t Enough: Deafness, Language, and Due Process, 2003 Wis. L. Rev. 843.

Adele M. Morrison, Queering Domestic Violence to "Straighten Out" Criminal Law: What Might Happen When Queer Theory and Practice Meet Criminal Law’s Conventional Responses to Domestic Violence, unpublished LLM thesis (2003).

Keith A. Findley, New Laws Reflect the Power and Potential of DNA, 75 Wis. Lawyer 20 (May 2002).

Keith A. Findley, Learning from Our Mistakes: A Criminal Justice Commission to Study Wrongful Convictions, 38 Cal. W. L. Rev. 333 (2002).

Katherine R. Kruse, Biting Off What They Can Chew: Strategies for Involving Students in Problem-Solving Beyond Individual Client Representation, 8 Clin. L. Rev. 405 (2002).

Stephen E. Meili, Cause Lawyering et Justice Collective: l’example de l’amparo colectivo en Argentine, Droit e Societe, no. 55/2003.

Stephen E. Meili, “Consumer Law,” in Legal Systems of the World, Herbert M. Kritzer, ed. (ABC-CLIO, 2002).

Walter J. Dickey & Peggy McGarry, Community Justice in Rural America: Four Examples and Four Futures, U.S. Dept. of Justice 2001.

Walter J. Dickey, Michael E. Smith, & Joel Rogers, Punishing Inequalities: Race and Criminal Justice in Wisconsin, Wisconsin Academy Review (2001).

Walter Dickey & Amy McDavid, The Disappearing Right to Defense Counsel in Wisconsin, Wisconsin Counties (May 2001) at 24.

Amy K. McDavid, Not Poor Enough: Wisconsin’s Inadequate Protection of the Right to Counsel for Criminal Defendants Who do not Qualify for Public Defenders, unpublished LLM thesis (2001).

Stephen E. Meili, “Latin American Cause Lawyering Networks,” in Cause Lawyering and the State in a Global Era, Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold, eds. (Oxford Univ. Pr. 2001).

Stephen E. Meili, A Voice Crying Out in the Wilderness: The Client in Clinical Education, 2000 Wis. L. Rev. 617.

Walter J. Dickey, Thinking Strategically About Correctional Resources, 2000 Wis. L. Rev. 279.

Walter J. Dickey & Michael E. Smith, Reforming Sentencing and Corrections for Just Punishment and Public Safety, U.S. Dept. of Justice 1999.

Walter J. Dickey & Michael E. Smith, Dangerous Opportunity: Five Futures for Community Corrections, U.S. Dept. of Justice 1999.

Stephen E. Meili, “Legal Education in Argentina and Chile,” in Educating for Justice Around the World, Louise G. Trubek & Jeremy Cooper, eds. (Ashgate/Dartmouth, 1999).

Walter J. Dickey, “Forgiveness and Crime: The possibilities of Restorative Justice,” in Exploring Forgiveness, Robert D. Enright & Joanna North, eds. (Univ. of Wis. Pr. 1998).

Walter J. Dickey, Three Strikes: Five Years Later, (Policy Report, Campaign for An Effective Crime Policy, November, 1998).

Walter J. Dickey & Michael E. Smith, What If Corrections Were Serious About Public Safety?, Corrections Management Quarterly, Vol.2, Issue 3 (Summer 1998).

Kate Kruse, Race, Angst & Capital Punishment: The Burger Court’s Existential Struggle, 9 Seton Hall Const. L. J. 67 (1998).

Debra Kvalheim, Child Support Obligations of Incarcerated Fathers in Wisconsin: Ideology versus Reality, unpublished LLM thesis (1998).

Stephen E. Meili, "Cause Lawyers and Social Movements: A Comparative Perspective on Democratic Change in Argentina and Brazil," in Cause Lawyering: Political Commitments and Professional Responsibilities, Austin Sarat & Stuart Scheingold, eds. (Oxford Univ. Pr. 1998).

Walter J. Dickey, Frank J. Remington–The Lawyer, 1997 Wis. L. Rev. 233.

Bruce Kittle, Victim Offender Conferencing Comes to Dane County: What Is It, and What’s In It for Defendants? Wisconsin Defender, May 1997.

Stephen E. Meili, Medical Records Confidentiality, 68 Wis. Lawyer 18 (Feb. 1995).

Walter J. Dickey, Innovation in Wisconsin, 9 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 165 (1996 1997).

Walter J. Dickey, Three Strikes and You’re Out” Laws: What Have We Learned (Policy Report, Campaign for An Effective Crime Policy, 1996).

Walter J. Dickey, The Violent Juvenile Offender and the Problem of Violence (Policy Report, Campaign for An Effective Crime Policy, 1996).

Walter J. Dickey, Why Neighborhood Supervision in Community Justice: Striving for Safe, Secure and Just Communities, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC 1996.

Judy Olingy, contributor, Wisconsin Practice, Criminal Practice and Procedure (West Publishing, 1996).

Walter J. Dickey, What Every Policymaker Should Know About Imprisonment and the Crime Rate (Policy Report, The Campaign For An Effective Crime Policy, 1995).

Walter J. Dickey, Low Level Drug Offenders: Lessons From the Drug Courts (Policy Report, The Campaign For An Effective Crime Policy, 1994).

Walter J. Dickey, The Lawyer's Responsibility to the Client, Vol. 1, Graven Images, 136 (1994).

Walter J. Dickey, Evaluating Boot Camp Prisons (Policy Report, The Campaign for An Effective Crime Policy, 1994).

Walter J. Dickey, Corrections: Budget and Policy Issues for the 1990s (Chapter in Dollars and Sense, LaFollette Institute for Public Affairs, 1994).

Stephen E. Meili & Tamara Packard, Alternative Dispute Resolution in a New Health Care System: Will It Work for Everyone?, 10 Ohio State J. on Dispute Resolution 23 (1994).

Walter J. Dickey, Sentencing, Corrections and Parole in Remington and Ohlin, Eds., Discretion In Criminal Justice, State University of New York Press (1993).

Walter J. Dickey, Evaluating Mandatory Minimum Sentences (Policy Report, The Campaign for an Effective Crime Policy, 1993).

Martha Gaines, “I do make house calls”--Effective Legal Representation from Our Clients’ Perspective, unpublished LLM thesis (1993).

Keith A. Findley, The Mentally Incompetent Defendant on Appeal: Dilemmas for Defense Counsel and Courts, Wisconsin Defender, November/December 1993.

Stephen E. Meili, The Interaction Between Lawyers and Grass Roots Social Movements in Brazil, Beyond Law (Latin American Institute of Alternative Legal Services), Vol. 3 No. 7 (July 1993); Working Paper ILS 5-2, Institute for Legal Studies, Univ. of Wis. Law School, July, 1993.

Stephen E. Meili, ed. A Citizen’s Guide to Personal and Government Records, 3rd. Ed. (Center for Public Representation, Madison, Wisconsin, September 1993).

Walter J. Dickey, Reflections of a Former Corrections Director: Are Offenders Tougher Today? 56 Fed. Probation 39 (1992).

Ken Streit, Securing Aftercare Success: The Feasibility of Relocating Wisconsin’s Secure Custody Program for Delinquent Girls, report to the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, 1991.

Walter J. Dickey, From the Bottom Up: The Fox Lake Prison, Occasional Paper, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1991.

Walter J. Dickey, A Future for Research on Prisons, 15 Law & Social Inquiry 101 (1991).

Ken Streit, co-author, Report of the Wisconsin Correctional System Review Panel, 1991.

Walter J. Dickey & Dennis Wagner, From the Bottom Up: The High Risk Offender Intensive Supervision Program, Occasional Paper, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1990.

Jack Longert & James McFarland, Inmate Child Support after Parker, 63 Wis. Lawyer 16 (Aug. 1990).

Walter J. Dickey, From the Bottom Up: Probation and Parole Supervision in Milwaukee, Occasional Paper, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1990.

Keith Findley & Meredith Ross, Access, Accuracy and Fairness: The Federal Presentence Investigation Report Under Julian and the Sentencing Guidelines, 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 837.

Walter Dickey, David Schultz & James Fullin, The Importance of Clarity in the Law of Homicide: The Wisconsin Revision, 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 1323.

Ben Kempinen, Prisoner Access to Justice and Paralegals, 14 N.E. J. Crim. & Civ. Confinement 67 (1988).

Frank Remington, The Future of the Substantive Criminal Law Codification Movement, 19 Rutgers L. Rev. 867 (1988).

Walter J. Dickey, From the Bottom Up: Probation Supervision in a Small Wisconsin Community, U.W. Law School Occasional Paper (Aug. 1988).

Ken Lund, Confidentiality Provisions of the New Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 61 Wis. B. Bull. 21 (Mar. 1988).

Frank Remington, Post-Conviction Relief: Post-Conviction Review--What State Trial Courts Can Do to Reduce Problems, 72 Judicature 53 (June-July 1988).

Frank J. Remington, Restricting Access to Federal Habeas Corpus: Justice Sacrificed on the Altars of Expediency, Federalism and Deterrence, 16 Rev. L. & Soc. Change 339 (1987-88).

Frank J. Remington, The Changing Role of the Trial Judge in Criminal Cases--Ensuring that the Sixth Amendment Right to Assistance of Counsel is Effective, 20 Davis L. Rev. 339 (1987).

Stephen E. Meili, Cleaning House: Democracy and Environmentalism in Brazil, The Amicus Journal, Spring 1987.

David Cook, Defense of Criminal Cases in Wisconsin. Book published by Continuing Legal Education in Wisconsin, 1987.

William Audet, Representing the Institutionalized Mariel Cubans–The Wisconsin Experience, 1987 Wis. L. Rev. 455.

Frank J. Remington, Change in the Availability of Federal Habeas Corpus--Its Significance for State Prisoners and State Correctional Programs, 85 Mich. L. Rev. 570 (1986).

Ben Kempinen, The Decision to Appeal, 58 Wis. Bar. Bull. 19 (Aug. 1985).

David Cook, Victim Offender Reconciliation, 58 Wis. Bar Bull. 27 (Aug. 1985).

Walter J. Dickey & James Fullin, Modernizing Wisconsin’s Homicide Statutes, 57 Wis. Bar Bull, 14(Jan. 1984).

Walter J. Dickey, The Importance of Libraries in Corrections, Wis. Library Bull. (1984).

Walter J. Dickey, The Promise and Problems of Rulemaking in Corrections: The Wisconsin Experience, 1983 Wis. L. Rev. 285.

Frank J. Remington, State Prisoner Access to Post-Conviction Relief--A Lessening Role for Federal Courts, An Increasingly Important Role for State Courts, 44 Ohio St. L. J. 287 (1983).

Frank J. Remington, Donald J. Newman, Edward L. Kimball, Herman Goldstein, Walter J. Dickey, Criminal Justice Administration (Michie/Bobbs-Merrill, rev. ed. 1982).

David Cook, Probation and Parole Revocation Procedures in Wisconsin; a Training Manual for Nat’l Institute of Corrections, January, 1982.

Walter J. Dickey, Current Developments in Corrections and the Lawyers Role at Sentencing, Loyola Univ. Chicago L. J. (1982).

John Schmolesky, County Court of Ulster County v. Allen and Sandstrom v. Montana: The Supreme Court Lends an Ear But Turns Its Face, 33 Rutgers L. Rev. 261 (1981).

Frank J. Remington, Recommended Procedures for Handling Prisoner Civil Rights Cases in the Federal Courts (Federal Judicial Center, 1980).

Walter J. Dickey, Incompetency and the Nondangerous Mentally Ill Client, 16 Crim. L. Bull. 22 (1980).

Walter J. Dickey, Frank J. Remington, & David Schultz, Law, Trial Judges, and the Psychiatric Witness--Reflections on How a Change in Legal Doctrine Has Been Implemented in Wisconsin, 3 J. of L. and Psychiatry 331 (1980).

Walter J. Dickey, The Lawyer and the Accuracy of the Presentence Report, 43 Fed. Probation 28 (June 1979).

Leslie W. Abramson, Criminal Detainers (Ballinger Pub. Co., 1979) (Professor Abramson, a member of the Louisville Law School faculty, was in effect a “scholar-in-resident” in the Legal Assistance Program during the 1977-78 academic year).

Walter J. Dickey, The Lawyer and the Quality of Service to the Poor and Disadvantaged: Legal Services to the Institutionalized, 27 DePaul L. Rev. 407 (1978).

Walter J. Dickey & Frank J. Remington, Legal Assistance for Institutionalized Persons--An Overload Need, 1976 S. Ill. U. L. L. 175.

Frank J. Remington, State Prisoner Litigation and the Federal Courts, 1974 Ariz. St. L .J. 549.

Edward L. Kimball, Correctional Internships–A Wisconsin Experiment in Education for Professional Responsibility, 18 J. Legal Educ. 86 (1965-66).

Student Publications

The Remington Center encourages students to write articles for publication that address issues encountered in the clinical projects. Staff often assist students by offering ideas on research topics, and developing the issue into a finished piece. In addition, the Remington Center affords students access to files for empirical research. As a result, our students have written a substantial number of high-quality published articles, which often reflect information and legal issues gained from the students’ experiences assisting clients.

Holtz, Katie. In re the Termination of Parental Rights to Max G.W.: Beginning to Pave the Way for Wisconsin's Incarcerated Mothers to Retain their Parental Rights and Serve the Best Interest of their Children. 22 Wis. Women's L. J. 289 (2007).

Molly Gena, Shaken Baby Syndrome: Medical Uncertainty Casts Doubt on Convictions, 2007 Wis. L. Rev. 701.

Rebecca Kennedy Hamrin, Supervised Release Under Chapter 980: Alternatives to Protect Wisconsin While Upholding the Constitution, 2007 Wis. L. Rev. 889.

Kelly J. Noyes, Get Cash Until Payday! The Payday-Loan Problem in Wisconsin, 2006 Wis. L. Rev. 1627.

Shelley Fite, Compensation for the Unjustly Imprisoned: A Model for Reform in Wisconsin, 2005 Wis. L. Rev. 1181.

Nicholas J. Eichenseer, Reasonable Doubt in the Rear-View Mirror: The Case for Blakely-Booker Retroactivity in the Federal System, 2005 Wis. L. Rev. 1137.

Lola Velazquez-Aguilu, Not Poor Enough: Why Wisconsin’s System for Providing Indigent Defense is Failing, 2005 Wis. L. Rev. 193.

Nathan T. Kipp, Preserving Due Process: Violations of the Wisconsin DNA Evidence Preservation Statutes as per se Violations of the Fourteenth Amendment, 2004 Wis. L. Rev. 1245.

Winn S, Collins, Looks Can be Deceiving: Safeguards for Eyewitness Identification, 77 Wisconsin Lawyer 8 (March 2004).

Cullen Goretzke, The Resurgence of Caveat Emptor: Puffery Undermines the Pro-Consumer Trend in Wisconsin Misrepresentation Doctrine, 2003 Wis. L. Rev. 171.

Winn S. Collins, Improving Eyewitness Evidence Collection Procedures in Wisconsin, 2003 Wis. L. Rev. 529.

Jerry R. DeMaio, If You Build It, They Will Come: The Threat of Overclassification in Wisconsin’s Supermax Prison, 2001 Wis. L. Rev. 207.

Jaime L. Preciado, The Right to a Juvenile Jury Trial in Wisconsin: Rebalancing the Balanced Approach, 1999 Wis. L. Rev. 571.

Abby B. Goodstein, Letting Armed Robbery Get Away: An Analysis of Wisconsin’s Armed Robbery Statute, 1998 Wis. L. Rev . 591.

Mark Alan Edwards, Protections for ERISA Self-Insured Employee Welfare Benefit Plan Participants: New Possibilities for State Action in the Event of Plan Failure, 1997 Wis. L. Rev. 351.

Heather Hunt, State v. Escalona-Naranjo: A Limitation on Criminal Appeals, 1997 Wis. L. Rev. 207.

Paul Berra, Co-Conspirator Liability Under 18 U.S.C. § 924(c): Is It Possible to Escape?, 1996 Wis. L. Rev. 603.

Kim Banks Mayer, Applying Open records Policy to Wisconsin District Attorneys: Can Charging Guidelines Promote Public Awareness?, 1996 Wis. L. Rev. 295.

Benjamin Gonring, Has the Legislature Thrown Us a Curve? An Analysis of Wisconsin’s ‘Three Strikes’ Law, 1995 Wis. L. Rev. 933.

Carl Gilmore, Sex Offender Treatment in Wisconsin Prisons, Wisconsin Lawyer, October 1994.

Greg Rosenberg, Chapter 980--The Sexual Predator Act: Responding to State Expert Testimony, Wisconsin Defender, July/August/September 1994.

Nina Emerson (with Katherine Kruse), Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Wisconsin Prisons, Wisconsin Lawyer, February 1992.

Daniel Post, The Constitutionality of Parole Departments Disclosing the HIV Status of Parolees, 1992 Wis. L. Rev. 1993.

Wayne Logan, A Proposed Check on the Charging Discretion of Wisconsin Prosecutors, 1990 Wis. L. Rev. 1129.

Craig Albee, Multiple Punishment in Wisconsin and the Wolske Decision: Is It Desirable To Permit Two Homicide Convictions For Causing A Single Death?, 1990 Wis. L. Rev. 553.

Jonathan Marsh, State v. Schumacher: Dual Standards of Review for Waived Claims of Error in the Wisconsin Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 773.

Katherine Kruse, & Kim Patterson, Wisconsin Sentence Modification: A View from the Trial Court. 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 441.

Jonathon Marsh, State v. Schumaker, Dual Standards of Review For Waived Claims of Error in the Wisconsin Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 773.

Susan Podebradsky & Mary Triggiano-Hunt, An Overview of Defense of Battered Women from a Postconviction Perspective, 4 Wis. Women’s L. J. 95 (1988).

Heather Joys, Immigration and Naturalization Service v. Cardoza-Fonseca: The Illusion of a Liberal Standard in Asylum Adjudication, 7 Wis. Int’l L. J. 231 (1988).

Aaron Bransky, An Unfortunate Change of Circumstances: Wisconsin Prohibits Retroactive Revision of Child Support Orders, 1988 Wis. L. Rev. 1123.

William Mollway, State v. Wyss: A New Appellate Standard for Granting New Trials in the Interests of Justice, 1987 Wis. L. Rev. 171.

Susan Monkmeyer, The Decision to Appeal a Criminal Conviction: Bridging the Gap Between the Obligations of Trial and Appellate Counsel, 1986 Wis. L. Rev. 399.

Jeffrey Bergman, Insuring the Accuracy of the Presentence Investigation Report in the Wisconsin Correctional System, 1986 Wis. L. Rev. 613.

John Pray, State v. Serebin, Causation and the Criminal Liability of Nursing Home Administrators, 1986 Wis. L. Rev. 339.

Jeffrey Kassel, Sentence Modification by Wisconsin Trial Courts, 1985 Wis. L. Rev. 196.

Gary Ostos-Irwin, Wisconsin’s Party to Crime Statute, 1984 Wis. L. Rev. 769.

Debbie Katz, State v. Dean, A Compulsory Process--Analysis of the Inadmissibility of Polygraph Evidence” 1984 Wis. L. Rev. 237.

Fred Lautz, Equal Protection and Revocation of an Indigent’s Probation for Failure to Meet Monetary Condition of Probation, Beardon v. Georgia, 1984 Wis. L. Rev. 121.

Jamie Kittel, Federal Jurisdiction--Interstate Detainers and Federal Habeas Corpus: Long-Arm Shortcut to Solving the Catch 22 41, 1982 Wis. L. Rev. 863.

John Schmolesky & Timothy Thorson, Importance of the Presentence Report After Sentencing, 18 Crim. L. Bull. 406 (1982).

Dianne S. McGaan, Beck v. Alabama, The Right to a Lesser Included Offense Instruction in Capital Cases, 1981 Wis. L. Rev. 560.

Erica M. Eisinger, After Sandstrom: The Constitutionality of Presumptions that Shift the Burden of Production, 1981 Wis. L. Rev. 519.

William M. Conley, Restricting the Admission of Psychiatric Testimony on a Defendant’s Mental State: Wisconsin’s Steele Curtain, 1981 Wis. L. Rev. 733.

John Greene, Sumner v. Mata: Muddying the Waters of Federal Habeas Court Deference to State-Court Findings, 1981 Wis. L. Rev. 751.

Stephan Beyer, Madness and Medicine: The Forcible Administration of Psychotropic Drugs, 1980 Wis. L. Rev. 497.

Kathleen A. Kunde, The Validity of the Dangerousness Standard for Recommitment of Persons Found Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect, 1980 Wis. L. Rev. 391.

David D. Cook, Presumptive Intent Jury Instructions After Sandstrom, 1980 Wis. L. Rev. 366.

Marie T. Ransley, Repeal of the Wisconsin Sex Crimes Act, 1980 Wis. L. Rev. 941.

William O. Salen, Criminal Law--Critique of Wisconsin’s lesser Included Offense Rule, 1979 Wis. L. Rev. 896.

Sally Wellman, Jury Instructions and the Unanimous Jury Verdict, 1978 Wis. L. Rev. 339.

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