Jenia Iontcheva Turner

Jenia Iontcheva Turner

Full-time faculty

Amy Abboud Ware Centennial Professor in Criminal Law and Gerald J. Ford Research Fellow

Biography

Jenia Iontcheva Turner is the Amy Abboud Ware Centennial Professor in Criminal Law at SMU Dedman School of Law, where she teaches criminal procedure, comparative criminal procedure, international criminal law, and international law. Before joining SMU, Professor Turner served as a Bigelow Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School, where she taught legal research and writing and comparative criminal procedure. Professor Turner attended law school at Yale, where she was a Coker Fellow and articles editor for the Yale Law Journal and the Yale Journal of International Law. After her first year of law school, she was a summer clerk at the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and the following summer, she worked at the Federal Public Defender’s Office in Houston and the New York and Paris offices of Debevoise & Plimpton.

Professor Turner’s scholarship interests include U.S., comparative, and international criminal law and procedure, and she has written numerous articles and book chapters on these topics. In 2009, Professor Turner completed a textbook, Plea Bargaining Across Borders, exploring plea bargaining in several national and international jurisdictions. She is also the co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process (with Darryl K. Brown and Bettina Weisser, 2019) and Criminal Procedures: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials (with Marc L. Miller, Ronald F. Wright, and Kay L. Levine, 6th ed. 2019).

Professor Turner is an Associate Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law and served as the Treasurer and then Co-Chair of the International Criminal Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law in 2016-19. She was also a member and co-organizer of the Law and Statistics Fellows Seminar at SMU in 2015-16. As part of their collaboration, seminar participants created a website on "Law and Statistics" events and resources at SMU. 

Areas of Expertise

  • Criminal Procedure
  • Comparative Criminal Procedure
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Law

Education

B.A. (International Relations, with honors), Goucher College
Caplan Scholar, Cambridge University
J.D., Yale Law School

Courses

Constitutional Criminal Procedure
Criminal Procedure in the Digital Age
Comparative Law II:  Criminal Procedure
International Crimes
International Law

 

Books

OXFORD HANDBOOK OF CRIMINAL PROCESS (co-edited with Darryl K. Brown & Bettina Weisser) (2019)

CRIMINAL PROCEDURES: CASES, STATUTES, AND EXECUTIVE MATERIALS (co-edited with Marc L. Miller, Ronald F. Wright, and Kay L. Levine) (6th ed., 2019)  (with Teacher's Manual)

PLEA BARGAINING ACROSS BORDERS (Aspen 2009) (with Teacher's Manual)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

 

Articles

Remote Criminal Justice, 53 Texas Tech Law Review (forthcoming)
Full-text: SSRN | SMU Repository

Transparency in Plea Bargaining, 96 Notre Dame Law Review (forthcoming)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Managing Digital Discovery in Criminal Cases, 109 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 237 (2019)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Plea Bargaining and International Criminal Justice, 48 University of the Pacific Law Review 219 (2017) (symposium)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Two Models of Pre-Plea Discovery in Criminal Cases: An Empirical Comparison
, 73 Washington & Lee Law Review 285 (2016) (with Allison Redlich)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Plea Bargaining and Disclosure in Germany and the United States: Comparative Lessons, 57 William & Mary Law Review 1549 (2016) (symposium)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Evidence Laundering in a Post-Herring World, 106 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 627 (2016) (with Kay L. Levine and Ronald F. Wright)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

The Exclusionary Rule as a Symbol of the Rule of Law
, 67 SMU Law Review 821 (2014) (symposium)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Interstate Conflict and Cooperation in Criminal Cases: An American Perspective, 4 European Criminal Law Review 114 (2014) (peer review)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

The Constitutionality of Negotiated Criminal Judgments in Germany, 15 German Law Journal 81 (2014) (with Thomas Weigend) (peer review)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Effective Remedies for Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 48 Wake Forest Law Review 949 (2013)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Policing International Prosecutors, 45 NYU Journal of International Law & Policy 175 (2013)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

     Featured as the subject of an online symposium at Opinio Juris

The Expressive Dimension of EU Criminal Law, 60 American Journal of Comparative Law 555 (2012) (peer review)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

     Republished as NYU Jean Monnet Working Paper No. 14/12

Legal Ethics in International Criminal Defense, 10 Chicago Journal of International Law 685 (2010)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

International Decision, Civil Party Participation in Provisional Detention Appeals, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, 103 American Journal of International Law 116 (2009) (peer review)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Defense Perspectives on Law and Politics in International Criminal Trials
, 48 Virginia Journal of International Law 529 (2008)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Transnational Networks and International Criminal Justice, 105 Michigan Law Review 985 (2007)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Judicial Participation in Plea Negotiations: A Comparative View, 54 American Journal of Comparative Law 199 (2006) (peer review)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Nationalizing International Criminal Law, 41 Stanford Journal of International Law 1 (2005)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Implementing Blakely, 17 Federal Sentencing Reporter 106 (2004)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Jury Sentencing as Democratic Practice, 89 Virginia Law Review 311 (2003)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

    Cited in Southern Union Co. v. United States, 132 S. Ct. 2344, 2367 (2012) (Breyer, J., dissenting)

     Translated by Hon. Yasushi Katada in Japanese-American Society for Legal Studies Journal
 

Book Chapters

Fair Trial or Efficient Administration of Justice? Trends in Modern Criminal Procedure, in ZUKUNFTSPERSPEKTIVEN DES STRAFRECHTS [THE FUTURE OF CRIMINAL LAW] (Elisa Hoven & Michael Kubiciel eds.) (2020)

Negotiated Case Dispositions in Germany, England, and the United States, in 1 CORE CONCEPTS IN CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (Kai Ambos et al. eds.) (2020) (with Thomas Weigend)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Defense Perspectives on Fairness and Efficiency at the International Criminal Courtin OXFORD HANDBOOK ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (Kevin Jon Heller et al. eds.) (2020)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository 

Pluralism in International Criminal Procedure, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF CRIMINAL PROCESS (Darryl K. Brown et al. eds.) (2019)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Regulating Interrogations and Excluding Confessions in the United States: Balancing Individual Rights and the Search for Truth, in SECURING A FAIR TRIAL THROUGH EXCLUSIONARY RULES? A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (Sabine Gless and Thomas Richter, eds.) (2019)
Full-text:
  SSRN | SMU Repository

The Purposes and Functions of Exclusionary Rules: A Comparative Overview, in SECURING A FAIR TRIAL THROUGH EXCLUSIONARY RULES? A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (Sabine Gless and Thomas Richter, eds.) (with Thomas Weigend) (2019)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Plea Bargaining, in 3 REFORMING CRIMINAL JUSTICE: TRIAL AND PRE-TRIAL PROCESSES (Erik Luna ed. 2017)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Accountability of International Prosecutors, in LAW AND PRACTICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (Carsten Stahn ed. 2015)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Limits on the Search for Truth in Criminal Procedure: A Comparative View, in COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (Jacqueline Ross & Stephen Thaman eds. 2014)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Plea Bargaining, in  INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (Fausto Pocar & Linda Carter eds. 2013)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Negotiated Justice, in INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: PRINCIPLES AND RULES (Göran Sluiter et al. eds. 2013) (with Thomas Weigend)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Prosecutors and Bargaining in Weak Cases: A Comparative View, in  THE PROSECUTOR IN TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE (Erik Luna & Marianne Wade eds. 2012)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Justice, Rule of Law, and Economic Reconstruction in Post-Conflict States, in Liber Amicorum for Hon. Roberto MacLean (Joseph Norton & C. Paul Rogers eds. 2008)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Transnational Networks and International Public Order, in Progress in International Organizations (Russell Miller & Rebecca Bratspies eds. 2008)
Full-text:
  SSRN | SMU Repository

Other Publications

Reply to Miriam Baer and Michael Doucette’s Reviews of Two Models of Pre-Plea Discovery in Criminal Cases, 73 Washington and Lee Law Review Online 471 (2016) (with Allison Redlich)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

The Exclusionary Rule as a Symbol of the Rule of Law, 6 Search & Seizure Law Report 49 (2016) (adapted version of 67 SMU L. Rev. 821 (2014))

Foreword, The 2014 SMU Criminal Justice Colloquium, 67 SMU Law Review 489 (2014) (with Meghan Ryan)
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Article 65: Proceedings on an Admission of Guilt, in KLAMBERG COMMENTARY ON THE ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Rule 139: Decision on Admission of Guilt, in KLAMBERG COMMENTARY ON THE RULES OF PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
Full-text:  SSRN | SMU Repository

Book Review, 121 Political Science Quarterly 526 (2006) (reviewing ROBERT CRYER, PROSECUTING INTERNATIONAL CRIMES (2005))

Case Note, Sovereignty on Our Terms, 110 Yale Law Journal 885 (2001), cited in In re Vitamins Litigation, No. 99-1977FH, 2001 WL 1049433 (D.D.C. June 20, 2001)
Full-Text: SSRN | SMU Repository

Book Review, 26 Yale Journal of International Law 529 (2001) (reviewing William Schabas, Genocide in International Law (2000))

Book Review, 26 Yale Journal of International Law 284 (2001) (reviewing Paul J. Magnarella, Justice in Africa (2000))

Update of Current Legal Proceedings at the ICTY, 13 Leiden Journal of International Law 597 (2000)
 

Presentations

Remote Criminal Justice
Stanford Law School Policy Practicum: COVID-19 and the Effect of Video Technology on Indigent Defense Services
Virtual Presentation (Oct. 30, 2020)

Remote Criminal Justice
SMU Deason Criminal Justice Reform Center
Virtual Presentation (Oct. 21, 2020)

Transparency in Plea Bargaining
University of Bologna LLM Course
Virtual Presentation (Mar. 18, 2020)

The Case for Transparency in Plea Bargaining
Statement to the ABA Criminal Justice Section
Task Force on Plea Bargaining (Nov. 15, 2019)

Demystifying Plea Bargaining
Faculty Forum
SMU Law School (Oct. 14, 2019)

Demystifying Plea Bargaining
Legal Theory Workshop
University of Miami Law School (Oct. 3, 2019)

Should Plea Bargaining Be More Transparent?
Criminal Justice Forum & Constitution Day Lecture
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law (Sept. 19, 2019)

Discussant for Shannon Fyfe & Alexander Heinze, Discretion
Meeting of the Anglo-German Dialogue Project
Rutgers University Law School (Sept. 9, 2019)

Transparency in Plea Bargaining
CrimFest
Brooklyn Law School (July 16, 2019)

Fair Trial or Efficient Administration of Justice?
Future Perspectives of Criminal Law Conference
Muenster, Germany (Apr. 22, 2019)

Whither the Prosecutor? (Moderator)
Plea Bargaining:  Reforming an (Un)Necessary Evil?
Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, NYU Law School (Apr. 8, 2019)

Managing Digital Discovery in Criminal Cases
CrimFest Conference
Cardozo Law School (July 16, 2018)

U.S. Federalism and Criminal Procedure
Presentation to Delegation from Mexico
SMU Law School (June 25, 2018)

Raphael Lemkin’s Legacy for International Criminal Law
ASIL Annual Meeting
Washington, DC (Apr. 6, 2018)

Discussant for Thea Johnson, Fictional Pleas  
Criminal Justice Roundtable
Vanderbilt Law School (Nov. 18, 2017)

Plea Bargaining
Anglo-German Dialogue on Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Oxford University, U.K. (Sept. 18, 2017)

Moderator and Discussant for Criminal Justice and New Technology
AALS Mid-Year Criminal Justice Section Meeting
Washington, DC (June 12, 2017)

Miranda Safeguards Against Coerced Confessions
Should Criminals Walk Free When Constables Blunder? Exclusionary Rules as a Challenge to Criminal Justice Systems
University of Basel, Switzerland (May 19, 2017)

The Purposes and Functions of Exclusionary Rules: A Comparative Overview (with Thomas Weigend)
Safeguarding a Fair Trial through Exclusionary Rules
University of Basel, Switzerland (May 18, 2017)

Plea Bargaining 
Academy for Justice
Arizona State University Law School (Feb. 11, 2017)

Defense Perspectives on Fairness and Efficiency at the International Criminal Court
ASIL International Criminal Law Interest Group Annual Works-in-Progress Workshop
SMU Law School (Dec. 9, 2016)

ICTY Convicts Karadzic: A Roundtable Discussion About a New Interpretation of Genocide?
International Law Weekend, American Branch of the International Law Association
New York, NY (Oct. 29, 2016)

Moderator for The Nuremberg Tribunals’ Legacy
SMU Law School (Oct. 24, 2016)

Balancing Efficiency and Fairness at the International Criminal Court: A Survey of Defense Perspectives
Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals
PluriCourts, University of Oslo, Norway (Aug. 29, 2016)

Balancing Efficiency and Fairness at the International Criminal Court: A Survey of Defense Perspectives
SEALS Annual Conference
Amelia Island, FL (Aug. 7, 2016)

Two Models of Pre-Plea Discovery in Criminal Cases: An Empirical Comparison
Law and Society Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA (June 4, 2016)
(based on paper co-authored with Allison Redlich)

U.S. Plea Bargaining Law and Practice
Presentation to Serbian Prosecutors, International Visitor Leadership Program of the U.S. Department of State
Dallas, TX (Apr. 4, 2016)

Regulating Interrogations and Excluding Confessions in the United States: Balancing Individual Rights and the Search for Truth
Securing a Fair Trial through Exclusionary Rules—A Comparative Approach to Evidence and Fact-Finding
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (Mar. 17, 2016)

Global Perspectives on Plea Bargaining
Global Center Symposium, Justice for Crimes Across Borders
McGeorge Law School (Mar. 4, 2016)

Two Models of Pre-Plea Discovery in Criminal Cases: An Empirical Comparison
Faculty Colloquium 
Emory Law School (Sept. 9, 2015)  
(based on paper co-authored with Allison Redlich)

Pre-Plea Discovery in Criminal Cases: A Tale of Two States 
CrimProf Conference
Cardozo Law School (July 20, 2015)
(based on paper co-authored with Allison Redlich)

The International Criminal Court: Its Present Difficulties and Uncertain Future
Dallas Bar Association, International Law Section (June 16, 2015)

The Narrowing of Prosecutorial Discretion During Pretrial at the ICC 
Law and Society Association Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA (May 31, 2015)

Pre-Plea Disclosure in Germany and the United States: Open-File and Beyond
Willamette Law School Faculty Workshop (Apr. 27, 2016)

Pre-Plea Disclosure in Germany and the United States
William and Mary Law Review Symposium
William and Mary Law School (Feb. 21, 2015)
 
Pre-Plea Discovery in Criminal Cases:
A Tale of Two States

AALS Annual Meeting
Washington, DC (Jan. 4, 2015)
(based on paper co-authored with Allison Redlich)

A Civil Procedure Model of Disclosure at the International Criminal Court?
International Law Weekend, ABILA
Fordham Law School (Oct. 25, 2014)

Interstate Conflict and Cooperation in Criminal Cases: An American Perspective
SEALS Annual Conference
Amelia Island, FL (Aug. 4, 2014)

A Civil Procedure Model of Disclosure at the International Criminal Court?
Sixth Annual CrimProf Conference
Rutgers School of Law-Newark (July 21, 2014)

Limits on the Search for Truth in Criminal Procedure
University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany (June 17, 2014)

Participant in International Criminal Law Workshop
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC (May 2, 2014)
(via videoconference)

Moderator of Testing the Boundaries of the Adversarial Contest
Criminal Justice Colloquium
SMU Law School (Jan. 24, 2014)

Limits on the Search for Truth in Criminal Procedure: A Comparative View
Criminal Justice Colloquium
SMU Law School (Jan. 23, 2014)

Legal Ethics in International Practice, Nuts and Bolts of International Law Seminar
International Law Section, State Bar of Texas
Dallas, TX (Oct. 18, 2013)

Effective Remedies for Ineffective Assistance
Southwest Criminal Law Workshop
UC Davis Law School (Sept. 7, 2013)

The Search for Truth in Criminal Procedure: A Comparative View
SMU Law School Faculty Forum (Aug. 28, 2013)

Comments on Oren Gazal-Ayal & Avishalom Tor, The Innocence Effect
AALS Mid-Year Conference on Criminal Justice
San Diego, CA (June 12, 2013)

Effective Remedies for Ineffective Assistance

     AALS Mid-Year Conference on Criminal Justice
          San Diego, CA (June 11, 2013)
     LSA Annual Meeting
          Boston, MA (May 31, 2013)
     SMU Law School Faculty Forum (April 3, 2013)

Federalism and Criminal Procedure in the United States
European Criminal Policy Initiative
University of Munich, Munich, Germany (Jan. 25, 2013)

Policing International Prosecutors
American Society of International Law Research Forum, Mid-Year Meeting
Athens, GA (Oct. 20, 2012)

Policing International Prosecutors
The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court: Achievements, Impact and Challenges
Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies
The Hague, The Netherlands (Sept. 27, 2012)

Comments on Impunity: What Kind of War for Colombia?
World Affairs Council, Human Rights Festival
Dallas, TX (June 2, 2012)

Comments on Stuart Ford, How Special Is the Special Court’s Outreach Section
Conference on Assessing the Contributions and Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to Africa and International Criminal Justice
University of Pittsburgh Law School (Apr. 21, 2012)
 
Plea Bargaining: Comparative Perspectives
Presentation to Delegation from Kosovo
U.S. Department of State Rule of Law Program
Dallas, TX (Feb. 17, 2012)
 
Comparative Criminal Procedure
Presentation to Delegation from Saudi Arabia
U.S. Department of State Rule of Law Forum
Dallas, TX (Jan. 22, 2012)
 
Remedies and Sanctions for Prosecutorial Misconduct at the International Criminal Court
American Society of International Law
International Criminal Law Interest Group Meeting
John Marshall Law School (Dec. 9, 2011)
 
Negotiated Justice at International Criminal Courts: Final Report
International Expert Framework on International Criminal Procedure
The Hague Institute for Internationalization of the Law, The Netherlands (Oct. 28, 2011)
 
Remedies and Sanctions for Prosecutorial Misconduct at the International Criminal Court
24th International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law
Ottawa, Canada (Aug. 11, 2011)
 
The Expressive Dimension of EU Criminal Law

     Law and Society Association Annual Meeting
          (June 4, 2011)
     Temple Law School, International Law Colloquium
          (Apr. 19, 2011)
     AALS Annual Meeting
          Comparative Law Section (Jan. 8, 2011)

Prosecutors and Bargaining in Weak Cases: A Comparative View
Roundtable on Prosecutorial Discretion
Washington & Lee Law School (Apr. 2, 2010)

Negotiated Justice at International Criminal Tribunals
International Expert Framework on International Criminal Procedure
The Hague Institute for Internationalization of the Law, The Netherlands (June 27, 2009; Jan. 23, 2009)

Ethics for International Criminal Defense
Law and Society Annual Meeting
Denver, CO (May 29, 2009)

Ethical Dilemmas for International Criminal Defense Attorneys
International Law Colloquium
Northwestern Law School (Apr. 6, 2009)

Moderator of Addressing Corruption on a Global Basis
Annual Institute, State Bar of Texas International Law Section
Houston, TX (Mar. 5, 2009)

Ethical Dilemmas for International Criminal Defense Attorneys
Junior International Law Scholars Conference
Temple Law School (Feb. 13, 2009)

Moderator of Transnational Networks and International Cooperation: Contributions and Challenges
The Rise of Transnational Networks Conference
SMU Law School (Nov. 7, 2008)

Participant in Workshop on Sociolegal Methods in International Law
University of Pittsburgh Law School (Sept. 4-5, 2008)

Plea Bargaining Across Borders: Introducing a Global Dimension to Criminal Procedure Classes
Faculty Forum
SMU Law School (Aug. 27, 2008)

Discussant for Challenging the National/International Distinction
Law and Society Annual Meeting
Montreal, Canada (May 31, 2008)

Two Models of Plea Bargaining: The United States and Germany
Presentation to Delegation from Indonesia 
U.S. Department of State Rule of Law Forum
Dallas, TX (May 25, 2008)

Defense Counsel Views on the Law and Politics in International Criminal Trials
     Roundtable in Public International Law & Theory
          Washington University Law School (Jan. 17-19, 2008)
     New Voices in Human Rights
          AALS Annual Meeting
          New York City (Jan. 4, 2008)
     Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice
          Berkeley, CA (Nov. 9, 2007)
      Faculty Forum
           SMU Law School (Oct. 4, 2007)
     Texas Junior Legal Scholars Conference
          Texas Wesleyan Law School (Aug. 11, 2007)
     Law & Society Annual Meeting
          Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany (July 25, 2007)
     Junior International Law Scholars Roundtable
          Yale Law School (Mar. 9, 2007)
     Faculty Workshop
          UC Davis Law School (Mar. 7, 2007)
     Faculty Workshop
          Vanderbilt University Law School (Sept. 7, 2006)

Plea and Confession Bargaining in Bulgaria
XIIth Annual Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law
Utrecht, The Netherlands (July 22, 2006)

Transnational Networks and International Criminal Justice
Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association
Baltimore, MD (July 9, 2006)

Rule of Law and Human Rights—Keys to Equitable Development
2006 SMU International Law Review Association Colloquium
Law, Culture, and Economic Development
Dallas, TX (Mar. 7, 2006)

The Role of Transnational Networks in International Criminal Law
International Legal Theory Roundtable
Vanderbilt University Law School (Sept. 16-17, 2005)

Can We Manage Plea Bargaining Better? Insights from Germany
Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association
Las Vegas, NV (June 4, 2005)

True Complementarity:  Mixed Panels and Joint Prosecutions at the ICC
New Voices Forum
ASIL Annual Meeting
Washington, D.C. (Apr. 1, 2005)

Discussant for Separation of Powers Panel
Supreme Court Summit
Oxford, U.K. (July 15-19, 2004)

Nationalizing International Criminal Law
18th International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law
Montreal, Canada (Aug. 8-12, 2004)

Media

Interviewed by Emily Bazelon, She Was Convicted of Killing Her Mother: Prosecutors Withheld the Evidence That Would Have Freed Her, N.Y. Times, Aug. 1, 2017

Interviewed by Dylan Walsh, Why U.S. Criminal Courts Are So Dependent on Plea Bargaining, The Atlantic, May 2, 2017