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Urgent Times: Policing and Rights in Inner City Communities (Beacon Press 1999) (with Dan Kahan).


"Third Party Policing: A Critic," in Prospects and Problems in an Era of Police Innovation: Contrasting Perspectives, David Weisburd and Anthony Braga, eds. ( Cambridge University Press, 2006).

"Warren Court Retrospective: Everything Old Is New Again: Fundamental Fairness and the Legitimacy of Criminal Justice," 3 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 117 (2005).

"Seeing Crime and Punishment Through a Sociological Lens: Contributions, Practices, and the Future," 2005 University of Chicago Legal Forum 285 (2005) (with Calvin Morrill, John Hagan and Bernard Harcourt).

"Updating the Study of Punishment," 56 Stanford Law Review 1171 (2004) (with Dan Kahan and Neal Katyal).

"Lawful Policing,"593 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 66 (18) (2004) (with Wesley Skogan).

"Mass Incarceration:  Who Pays the Price for Criminal Offending" 3 Criminology and Public Policy 295 (2004).

"Praying for Community Policing," 90 California Law Review 1593 (2002).

"Punishment, Deterrence And Social Control: The Paradox of Punishment in Minority Communities," Punishment and Society (forthcoming) (with Jeffrey Fagan).

"Three Objections to the Use of Empiricism in Criminal Law and Procedure -- And Three Answers," 2002 University of Illinois Law Review 101 (2002).

"Signaling, Legitimacy, and Compliance: A Comment on Posner's Law and Social Norms and Criminal Law Policy," 36 University of Richmond Law Review 407 (2002).

"Simple Solutions?: The Complexity of Public Attitudes Relevant to Drug Law Enforcement Policy" in Crime Control and Social Justice: The Delicate Balance, Darnell F. Hawkins, Samuel Myers Jr., and Randolph Stone, eds. (forthcoming).

Communities, Conflicts and Social Capital in Owen Fiss, Moving Out:  What Should Be Done for those Who Have Been Left Behind (Princeton University Press forthcoming).

"Race and Crime (including Ethnicity)" in 2001 International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes, eds. (Pergamon Oxford).

"Punishment, Deterrence And Social Control: The Paradox of Punishment in Minority Communities," Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Program, Legal Scholarship Network (2000) (with Jeffrey Fagan).

Symposium: New and Critical Approaches to Law and Economics: "Norms, Legitimacy and Law Enforcement," 79 Oregon Law Review 391 (2000).

"Foreword: Transparent Adjudication and Social Science Research in Constitutional Criminal Procedure," 90 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 733 (2000) (with Bernard Harcourt).

"Adolescence, Context, and Culpability: Some Thoughts on the Next Essay," 6 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law 583 (1999).

"Law and (Norms of) Order in the Inner City," 32 Law and Society Review 805 (1998) (with Dan Kahan).

"Black, White and Gray: A Reply to Alschuler and Schulhofer" 1998 University of Chicago Legal Forum 245 (1998) (with Dan Kahan).

"The Wages of Antiquated Procedural Thinking: A Critique of Chicago v. Morales," 1998 University of Chicago Legal Forum 197 (1998) (with Dan Kahan).

"Terry and the Relevance of Politics," 72 St. John's Law Review 101 (1998).

"The Coming Crisis of Criminal Procedure," 86 Georgetown Law Journal 1153 (1998) (with Dan Kahan).

"The Increasing Significance of Genes: Reproducing Race," (book review) 92 Northwestern Law Review 1046 (1998).

"Place and Crime," 73 Chicago-Kent Law Review 669 (1998).

"Social Organization and Drug Law Enforcement," -35 American Criminal Law Review 191 (1998).

"It's a Question of Connections," 31 Valparaiso Law Review 579 (1997).

"Charting Race and Class Differences in Attitudes Toward Drug Legalization and Law Enforcement: Lessons for Federal Criminal Law," 1 Buffalo Criminal Law Review 137 (1997).

"Rewards for Good Behavior: Influencing Prosecutorial Discretion and Conduct with Financial Incentives," 64 Fordham Law Review 851 (1995).

"Exploring Departures Based on the Victim's Wrongful Conduct through U.S. v. Koon," 7 Federal Sentencing Reporter 201 (1995).

Other Publications 

race, law and culture, (Blog).

"Public-Order Policing Can Pass Constitutional Muster," Wall St. J. at A18 (June 15, 1999) (with Dan Kahan).

"When Rights Are Wrong," Boston Review, p.4 (April/May 1999) (with Dan Kahan).

"Let's Cut Chain Gangs Loose, " U.S. Catholic Magazine, p. 20 (July 1997).

"Weak Link," The University of Chicago Magazine, p.48 (February 1996).

"Land of Lincoln Shouldn't Revive Chain Gangs," Chicago Tribune, §1, p.25 (March 15, 1996).