12 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. [i] (2014-2015)

handle is hein.journals/osjcl12 and id is 1 raw text is: OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW
Volume 12 Number 1 Fall 20141
SYMPOSIUM
TwENTY-PLUS YEARS OF CRITICAL RACE THEORYAND CRIMINAL JUSTICE: LOOKING BACKWARD, LOOKING FORWARD
Critical Race Theory and Criminal Justice
I. Bennett Capers ......................................................................................................................................
Nigga Theory: Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity in the Substantive Criminal Law
J o dy    A rm   o u r  .............................................................................................................................................              9
Stop and Frisk and Torture-Lite: Police Terror of Minority Communities
P  a u l  B u tler   ...............................................................................................................................................              5  7
Batson from the Very Bottom of the Well: Critical Race Theory and the Supreme Court's Peremptory Challenge
Jurisprudence
Sheri Lynn Johnson ..................................................................................................................................                             71
- (E)Racing Trayvon Martin
C y  n th ia   L ee  ..............................................................................................................................................               9  1
Interrogating Racial Violence
L. Song       Richardson           &   Phillip     A tiba     Goff     ................................................................................................          115
COMMENTARIES
Attorney Competence in an Age of Plea Bargaining and Econometrics
Jeffrey      Bellin     ............................................................................................................................................             153
The Meaning of Consent
V era     B erg  elso   n  .........................................................................................................................................            17  1
Probabilities, Perceptions, Consequences and Discrimination: One Puzzle about Controversial Stop and Frisk
Kent Greenawalt ......................................................................................................................................                           181
Two Models of Absence of Movement in Criminal Jurisprudence
Dr. Roni Rosenberg ..................................................................................................................................                            195
Departing from Teague: Miller v. Alabama's Invitation to the States to Experiment with New Retroactivity
Standards
E  ric  S  ch  a b  ................................................................................................................................................            2  13
TERM PAPERS
Reading Rosemond
Stephen        P. Garvey ...................................................................................................................................                    233
The Missed Opportunities of Riley v. California
R  ic  S im  m  ons    .............................................................................................................................................            2 5 3

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