Criminal Procedure in Practice (forthcoming 2014) (with Paul Marcus and Jack Zimmermann);
Criminal Procedure, Eighth Edition (with Joseph G. Cook and Paul Marcus) (LexisNexis 2014);
Gilbert Law Summaries, Criminal Procedure, 18th Edition (West Academic Publishing 2011) (with Paul Marcus);
Criminal Procedure, Seventh Edition (with Joseph G. Cook and Paul Marcus) (LexisNexis 2009);
Anti-Justice, __ Tenn. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2015);
Juror Privacy in the Sixth Amendment Balance, 2012 Utah Law Review 2023 (2013);
Quieting Cognitive Bias With Standards for Witness Communications, 62 Hastings L.J. 1227 (2011);
Improbable Cause: A Case for Judging Police by a More Majestic Standard, 15 Berk. J. Crim. L. 259 (2010);
“You Crossed the Fog Line!” – Kansas, Pretext, and the Fourth Amendment, 58 Kan. L. Rev. 1179-1220 (2010);
An Exclusionary Rule for Police Lies, 47 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1-55 (2010);
The Return of Reasonableness: Saving the Fourth Amendment From the Supreme Court, 59 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 1-60 (2008);
The Price of Pretrial Release: Can We Afford to Keep Our Fourth Amendment Rights?, 92 Iowa L. Rev. 159-211 (2006).
Federal criminal procedure, Fourth Amendment, prosecutorial ethics.
J.D., A.B.J., University of Georgia, 1990, 1987.
Georgia 1990; Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals; Northern, Middle and Southern federal district courts in Georgia.
Clerk, Judge Richard C. Freeman (deceased), United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, 1992-1993; Associate, Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan, 1993-1995; Adjunct Professor, Emory Law School, 1993-1999; Assistant Attorney General, State of Georgia, 1995-1999; Assistant United States Attorney, Middle District of Georgia, 1999-2001, Northern District of Georgia, 2001-2005; Associate Professor, John Marshall Law School, 2005-2007; Associate Professor, University of Kansas, 2007-2011; Professor, 2011-present; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, 2011-present.
Order of the Coif.