STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS & COLLABORATIONS
(in press) The Cost of (In)justice: A Preliminary Study of the Chilling Effect of the $50 Application Fee in Florida's Misdemeanor Courts. U. Fla. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y.
(in press) Beyond Impressionistic Analysis: An Empirical Evaluation of 21st Century Nonlawyer Courts. L. J. Soc. Just.
2019 Misdemeanors Lack Appeal. 45 Am. J. of Crim. L. 305.
2016 An Empirical Examination of Societal Expectations of Privacy in the Digital Age of GPS, Cell Phone Towers, and Drones. 26 Alb. L. J. Sci. & Tech. 111.
2013 Testing Judicial Assumptions of the "Consensual" Encounter: An Experimental Study. 4(1) Fla. C. L. Rev. 285.
2006 When the Victim Recants: The Impact of Expert Witness Testimony in Prosecution of Battering Cases, in Women and Justice: It's a Crime (4th Edition).
Students as Research Assistants & Collaborators
- Claude Bernard -
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Student Presentations and Co-Presentations
April 2020 Non-Monetary Bail and Recidivism (National Social Science Association, Virtual).
April 2019 Thirty More Years of Social Science in Supreme Court Criminal Cases: 1988-2018 (National Social Science Association, Las Vegas, Nevada).
April 2018 Misdemeanor Appeals and Due Process (UCF Undergraduate Showcase, Orlando, FL)
Feb. 2014 Privacy Rights in the Digital Age: An Empirical Approach (Florida Collegiate Honors Council, Tampa, FL)
Mar. 2012 Police-Citizen "Consensual Encounters": Myth or Reality (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, NY, NY).