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Craig Bradley
Craig Bradley
Robert A. Lucas Professor of Law
  1. The Speech or Debate Clause: Bastion of Congressional Independence or Haven for Corruption?, 57 NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW 197 (1979).

  2. Racketeers, Congress, and the Courts: An Analysis of RICO, 65 IOWA LAW REVIEW 837 (1980).

  3. Havens, Jenkins, and Salvucci and the Defendant’s Right to Testify, 18 AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 419 (1981).

  4. Griffin v. California: Still Viable After All These Years, 79 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1290 (1981).
  5. Constitutional Protection for Private Papers, 16 HARVARD CIVIL RIGHTS-CIVIL LIBERTIES LAW REVIEW 461 (1981).
  6. The Exclusionary Rule in Germany, 96 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1032 (1983).

  7. Racketeering and the Federalization of Crime, 22 AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 213 (1984).
  8. Two Models of the Fourth Amendment, 83 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1468 (1985).

  9. The “Good Faith Exception” Cases: Reasonable Exercises in Futility, 60 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 287 (1985). [HeinOnline]

  10. The Uncertainty Principle in The Supreme Court, 1986 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 1 (1986).

  11. Studying Jury Response Behavior, 33 JOURNAL OF IRREPRODUCIBLE RESULTS 29 (1986).
  12. Meese’s Quixotic Advice is Best Ignored, 105 LOS ANGELES TIMES 7 (October 30, 1986).

  13. Criminal Procedure in the Rehnquist Court: Has the Rehnquisition Begun?, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 273 (1987). [HeinOnline]
  14. Foreword: Mail Fraud After McNally and Carpenter: The Essence of Fraud, 79 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 573 (1988).

  15. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 2nd ed. (with Yale Kamisar). [S.l.]: The Barrister Project, 1988.

  16. Are State Courts Enforcing the Fourth Amendment?: A Preliminary Study, 77 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL 251 (1988). Reprinted in 17 SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAW REPORT 9 (1990).

  17. Murray v. United States: The Bell Tolls for the Search Warrant Requirement, 64 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 907 (1989). [HeinOnline]

  18. Legal Education in Australia: An American Perspective, 14 JOURNAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 27 (1989).
  19. Enforcing the Rules of Criminal Procedure: An American Perspective, 18 FEDERAL LAW REVIEW 188 (1989).

  20. The O-Zone, 35 JOURNAL OF IRREPRODUCIBLE RESULTS 2 (1990).
  21. Criminal Procedure in the “Land of Oz”: Lessons for America, 81 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 99 (1990). [HeinOnline]
  22. William H. Rehnquist, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION: SUPPLEMENT 1 (Leonard Williams Levy and Kenneth L. Karst, Eds.). New York: Macmillan, 1992.
  23. The Sixth Amendment Lives! A Reply to Professor Jonakait, 83 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 526 (1992). [HeinOnline]
  24. Reforming the Criminal Trial, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 659 (1993). [HeinOnline]

  25. The Emerging International Consensus as to Criminal Procedure Rules, 14 MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 171 (1993). [HeinOnline]

  26. William H. Rehnquist, in THE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES: ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHIES, 1789-1993 (Clare Cushman, Ed.). Washington, DC: CQ Press, 1993.

  27. THE FAILURE OF THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE REVOLUTION. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993.

  28. William Hubbs Rehnquist, in THE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES: A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY (Melvin I. Urofsky, Ed.). New York: Garland Publishing, 1994.

  29. The Right Not to Endorse Gay Rights: A Reply to Sunstein, 70 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 29 (1994). [HeinOnline]

  30. N.O.W. v. Scheidler: RICO Meets the First Amendment, 1994 SUPREME COURT REVIEW 129. [HeinOnline]

  31. The Court’s “Two Model” Approach to the Fourth Amendment: Carpe Diem, 84 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 429 (1994). [HeinOnline]
  32. Book Review. The Convergence of the Continental and the Common Law Model of Criminal Procedure, Fennell et al., Criminal Justice in Europe: A Comparative Study, 7 CRIMINAL LAW FORUM 471 (1996).
  33. The Convergence of the Continental and Common Law Models of Criminal Procedure, 7 CRIMINAL LAW FORUM 241 (1996).

  34. Untying the “State Action” Knot, 7 JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY LEGAL ISSUES 223 (1996). [HeinOnline]
  35. The Rule of Law in an Unruly Age, 71 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 949 (1996). [HeinOnline]

  36. Public Perception, Justice, and the “Search for Truth” in Criminal Cases (with Joseph Hoffmann), 69 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1267 (1996). [HeinOnline]

  37. A (Genuinely) Modest Proposal Concerning the Death Penalty, 72 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 25 (1996). [HeinOnline]
  38. The Failure of the Criminal Procedure Revolution: A Reply, 47 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 129 (1997). [HeinOnline]

  39. Protection for Motorists—With a Loophole, 35 TRIAL 85 (February 1999).

  40. Pennsylvania v. Scott: No Fourth Amendment Protection for Parolees, 35 TRIAL 89 (April 1999).

  41. The United States, in CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A WORLDWIDE STUDY. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 1999.
  42. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A WORLDWIDE STUDY. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 1999.

  43. Whittling Away the Search Warrant Requirement, 35 TRIAL 85 (June 1999).
  44. Warrant Requirement Takes Another Blow, 35 TRIAL 101 (July 1999).
  45. The Fourth Amendment’s Iron Triangle: Consent, Standing, and ‘Searchability’, 35 TRIAL 75 (August 1999).
  46. The Changing Face of Criminal Procedure, 35 TRIAL 84 (October 1999).
  47. Silence at Sentencing (Mitchell v. United States), 35 TRIAL 87 (November 1999).

  48. The Wicked May Flee, But the Police May Stop Them, 36 TRIAL 84 (April 2000).
  49. The Miranda Flap, 36 TRIAL 87 (February 2000).
  50. He Who Testifies Last, Testifies Best, 36 TRIAL 93 (June 2000).
  51. NOW v. Scheidler, Round Two, 27 SYRACUSE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COMMERCE 233 (2000). [HeinOnline]

  52. The Limits of the Frisk, 36 TRIAL 69 (August 2000).

  53. Behind the Dickerson Decision, 36 TRIAL 80 (October 2000).
  54. No Property in Cleveland, 37 TRIAL 94 (February 2001).
  55. Saying No To Drug Roadblocks, 37 TRIAL 80 (April 2001).
  56. Preserving Evidence Pending a Search Warrant, 37 TRIAL 70 (June 2001).
  57. Minor-Offense Arrests Get Green Light in Seat Belt Case, 37 TRIAL 66 (August 2001).

  58. Seas, Bogs, and Police Interrogation, 37 TRIAL 71 (October 2001).

  59. Be Careful What You Ask for: The 2000 Presidential Election, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Law of Criminal Procedure (with Joseph Hoffman), 76 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 889 (2001). [HeinOnline]

  60. Mapp Goes Abroad, 52 CASE WESTERN LAW REVIEW 375 (2001). [HeinOnline]
  61. The Court’s New Approach to the Fourth Amendment, 38 TRIAL 82 (February 2002).

  62. South Carolina’s Death Penalty Odyssey Continues, 38 TRIAL 68 (April 2002).

  63. The Right to Unconflicted Counsel, 38 TRIAL 62 (June 2002).
  64. Protecting Children—and Free Speech, 38 TRIAL 80 (July 2002).

  65. The Court’s Curious Consent Search Doctrine, 38 TRIAL 72 (October 2002).
  66. Court Gives School Drug-Testing an A, 38 TRIAL 56 (December 2002).
  67. Death and Double Jeopardy, 39 TRIAL 66 (April 2003).

  68. When is Political Protest a RICO Violaton?, 39 TRIAL 72 (June 2003).
  69. When Clients Do Bad Things: The Lawyer's Response to Corporate Wrongdoing, 67 BENCH & BAR 5 (May 2003).

  70. Texas “Justice”, 39 TRIAL 64 (August 2003).
  71. The Middle Class Fourth Amendment, 6 BUFFALO CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 1123 (2003). [HeinOnline]
  72. The “Fruits” of Miranda Violations, 39 TRIAL 56 (December 2003).
  73. Death and Double Jeopardy, 39 TRIAL 66 (April 2003).
  74. Court Confirms Importance of Mitigation in Sentencing, 39 TRIAL 62 (October 2003).

  75. The Rights of “Enemy Combatants”, 40 TRIAL 72 (April 2004).
  76. The Limits of the Good-Faith Exception, 40 TRIAL 62 (June 2004).
  77. Just One Cheer for the Court, 40 TRIAL 62 (August 2004).

  78. How Probable is “Probable Cause”?, 40 TRIAL 60 (February 2004).

  79. Federalism and the Federal Criminal Law, 55 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 573 (2004). [HeinOnline]

  80. Case Closed? Not Quite, 40 TRIAL 71 (October 2004).
  81. The Sentencing Conundrum (with Joseph L. Hoffmann), 40 TRIAL 50 (December 2004).

  82. Whatever Happened to Federalism?, 41 TRIAL 52 (August 2005).
  83. The Right Decision on the Juvenile Death Penalty, 41 TRIAL 60 (June 2005).
  84. Rehnquist Scaled Back Rights of the Accused, 41 TRIAL 56 (December 2005).
  85. The Fourth Amendment: "Be Reasonable," and Introduction in THE REHNQUIST LEGACY (Editor). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. (Rehnquist's Fourth Amendment: Be Reasonable was updated and reprinted at 82 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 259 (2013). [HeinOnline]
  86. On 'Custody', 41 TRIAL 58 (February 2005).
  87. Hail to the Chief: Former Law Clerks for William Rehnquist Recall What They Learned and How He Touched Their Lives (with Laura E. Little, et al.), 91 ABA JOURNAL 42 (November 2005).

  88. Gonzales v. Raich: Oh Federalism, Where is Thy Sting?, 41 TRIAL 52 (August 2005).
  89. Court Sniffs at Dog Search Concerns, 41 TRIAL 62 (April 2005).
  90. Court Looks Again at Race and Peremptory Challenges, 41 TRIAL 68 (October 2005).
  91. William Hubbs Rehnquist, in THE SCRIBNER ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LIVES vol. 7 (Arnold Markoe, et al Eds.) Farmington Hills, MI: Cengage Gale, 2006.
  92. William Hubbs Rehnquist, in BIOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SUPREME COURT: THE LIVES AND LEGAL PHILOSOPHIES OF THE JUSTICES (Melvin I. Urofsky, Ed.). Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2006.
  93. When 'Life' and Liberty Clash, 42 TRIAL 68 (April 2006).
  94. A Sensible Emergency Doctrine, 42 TRIAL 60 (August 2006).
  95. The Reasonable Policeman: Police Intent in Criminal Procedure, 76 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 339 (2006). [HeinOnline]

  96. Mixed Messages on the Exclusionary Rule, 42 TRIAL 56 (December 2006).
  97. Confusion Over Confrontation, 42 TRIAL 66 (October 2006).
  98. The Case of the Uncooperative Husband, 42 TRIAL 68 (June 2006).
  99. Anti-Racketeering Legislation in America, 54 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW (issue suplement) 671 (2006).
  100. When Are Anticipatory Search Warrants Valid?, 43 TRIAL 64 (February 2007).
  101. The 'Well-qualified' Juror, 43 TRIAL 60 (August 2007).
  102. Should American Courts Heed the 'English Warnings'?, 43 TRIAL 62 (December 2007).
  103. Rights of Passage, 43 TRIAL 56 (April 2007).
  104. Resurrecting the Sentencing Guidelines, 43 TRIAL 52 (October 2007).
  105. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: RECENT CASES ANALYZED. St. Paul, MN: West Law School, 2007.

  106. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A WORLDWIDE STUDY. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press (2007).

  107. With Narrow Reading of Child Porn Law, Court Dodges a Dilemma, 44 TRIAL 52 (August 2008).
  108. Original Sin, 44 TRIAL 52 (October 2008).
  109. Miranda Warnings, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES (David S. Tanenhaus et al., Eds.) Detroit: Macmillan Reference, 2008.
  110. Fitting Sentences, 44 TRIAL 54 (April 2008).
  111. Court Upholds Lethal Injections, 44 TRIAL 58 (June 2008).
  112. Court May Put Its Own Spin on Money-laundering Question, 44 TRIAL 54 (February 2008).
  113. Confronting Scientific Tests, 44 TRIAL 56 (December 2008).
  114. Batson v. Kentucky, 476 U.S. 79 (1986), in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES (David S. Tanenhaus et al., Eds.) Detroit: Macmillan Reference, 2008.
  115. Two and a Half Cheers for the Court, 45 TRIAL 48 (August 2009).
  116. Red Herring or the Death of the Exclusionary Rule?, 45 TRIAL 52 (April 2009).
  117. Liberals, Conservatives, and DNA, 45 TRIAL 52 (December 2009).
  118. 'Knock and Talk' and the Fourth Amendment, 84 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1099 (2009). [SSRN] [HeinOnline]
  119. Interrogation in the Swamp, 45 TRIAL 56 (February 2009).
  120. Interrogation and Silence: A Comparative Perspective, 27 WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 271 (2009). [HeinOnline]
  121. The Discrete and Insular Majority, in LAW TOUCHED OUR HEARTS (Mildred Wigfall Robinson and Richard J. Bonnie, Eds.). Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2009.
  122. Court Rejects Strip Searches in Schools, 45 TRIAL 48 (October 2009).
  123. Consecutive Sentences and the Constitution, 45 TRIAL 54 (June 2009).
  124. Two Miranda Decisions of Note, 46 TRIAL 48 (June 2010).
  125. Squeezing Miranda, 46 TRIAL 50 (October 2010).
  126. 'Selective Empathy' and the Death Penalty, 46 TRIAL 50 (April 2010).
  127. Reconceiving the Fourth Amendment and the Exclusionary Rule, 73 LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 211 (2010). [HeinOnline]
  128. Melendez-Diaz and the Right to Confrontation, 85 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 315 (2010). [HeinOnline]
  129. Not All Dishonesty is 'Honest Services' Fraud, 46 TRIAL 48 (December 2010).
  130. The Meaning of 'Honest Services', 46 TRIAL 55 (February 2010).
  131. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: RECENT CASES ANALYZED, 2nd ed. St. Paul, MN: West Law School, 2010.
  132. The Consequences of Padilla v. Kentucky, 46 TRIAL 50 (August 2010).
  133. Skilling II: An Unbiased Jury?, 47 TRIAL 50 (February 2011).
  134. The Right Remedy for Crowded Prisons, 47 TRIAL (August 2011).
  135. Reconsidering Exigent Circumstances, 47 TRIAL 50 (April 2011).
  136. Further Confusion over Confrontation, 47 TRIAL 52 (June 2011).
  137. Confronting the Experts, 47 TRIAL 54 (October 2011).
  138. What is Double Jeopardy?, 48 TRIAL 52 (December 2012).
  139. Technology and Police Work, 48 TRIAL 56 (August 2012).
  140. Taking Brady Seriously, 48 TRIAL 56 (April 2012).
  141. Life Sentences for Juveniles, 48 TRIAL 52 (October 2012).
  142. Is the Exclusionary Rule Dead?, 102 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY 1 (2012). [HeinOnline]
  143. The Future of the Exclusionary Rule, 48 TRIAL 54 (February 2012).
  144. Effective Counsel for Plea Bargains, 48 TRIAL 56 (June 2012).
  145. Cheek Swabs, DNA, and Delay, 49 TRIAL 54 (October 2013).
  146. A Two-Dog Term, 49 TRIAL 54 (August 2013).
  147. Trial Detention During Searches, 49 TRIAL 56 (June 2013).