Gilbert Law Summaries, Criminal Procedure, 18th Edition (West Academic Publishing 2011) (with Paul Marcus); Juror Privacy in the Sixth Amendment Balance, __Utah Law Review __ (forthcoming 2013); Quieting Cognitive Bias With Standards for Witness Communications, 62 Hastings L.J. 1227 (2011); "Criminal Procedure" (7th ed.), with Joseph G. Cook and Paul Marcus (LexisNexis 2009); "Improbable Cause: A Case for Judging Police by a More Majestic Standard," 15 Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law 259 (2010); "'You Crossed the Fog Line!' Kansas, Pretext, and the Fourth Amendment," 58 Kansas Law Review 1179 (2010); "An Exclusionary Rule for Police Lies," 47 American Criminal Law Review 1 (2010); "The Return of Reasonableness: Saving the Fourth Amendment from the Supreme Court," 59 Case Western Reserve Law Review 1 (2008); "Prosecutors 'Doing Justice' Through Osmosis: Reminders to Encourage a Culture of Cooperation," 45 American Criminal Law Review 67 (2008); "The Price of Pretrial Release: Can We Afford to Keep Our Fourth Amendment Rights?," 92 Iowa Law Review 159 (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.