Convictions Based on Lies: Defining Due Process Protection, Penn State Law Review (2011)

The corrupting impact of false testimony on the justice system is profound and corrosive. The...



Government Appeals in Criminal Cases: The Myth of Assymmetry, University of Cincinnati Law Review (2008)

This article challenges the myth that the government cannot protect the public interest because its...



Credibility: A Fair Subject for Expert Testimony?, Florida Law Review (2007)

This article explores the ways in which experts can assist the jury to assess the...



Strengthening the Criminal Defendant’s Right to Counsel, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2007)

This article argues that the courts should recognize that defense counsel’s role is pivotal in...



Double Jeopardy and Multiple Punishment: Cutting the Gordian Knot, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2005)

Courts and commentators treat as axiomatic that the Double Jeopardy Clause protects against multiple punishment...



Double Jeopardy Protection from Successive Prosecution: A Proposed Approach, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2004)

The Double Jeopardy Clause of the United States Constitution protects criminal defendants against being repeatedly...



Criminal Justice and Videoconferencing Technology: The Remote Defendant, Villanova University Legal Working Paper Series (2004)

This Article addresses the increasing use of videoconferencing to avoid bringing criminal defendants to court...



Party Admissions in Criminal Cases: Should the Government Have to Eat Its Words?, Minnesota Law Review (2002)

As currently applied, evidence law gives the government an unfair advantage in criminal trials because...



Prosecutorial Inconsistency, Estoppel and Due Process: Making the Prosecution Get Its Story Straight, California Law Review (2001)

Prosecutors sometimes exploit ambiguity in the evidence of a crime and assert inconsistent factual positions...

Plain Feel Doctrine, Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Supplement II (1999)


Female Delinquents: Defining Their Place in the Justice System, Wisconsin Law Review, Symposium: Juvenile Justice Reform (1996)


The Jury: The Criminal Justice System's Different Voice, University of Cincinnati Law Review (1994)


Supervision of the Grand Jury: Who Watches the Guardian, Washington University Law Quarterly (1990)


Pennsylvania Evidence, 3rd ed. (with Leonard Packel) (2007)
Pennsylvania Evidence, 2nd ed. (Supplement 2005) (with Leonard Packel) (2005)