7 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/osjcl7 and id is 1 raw text is: OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW
Volume 7 Number 1 Fall 2009
SYMPOSIUM
WHAT CRIMINAL LA WAND PROCEDURE CAN LEARN FROM CRIMINOLOGY
What Criminal Law and Procedure Can Learn from Criminology
D avid  A . H arris  ......................................................................................... 1
Studying Wrongful Convictions: Learning From Social Science
Richard A. Leo  &  Jon B. Gould ...........................................................  7
Putting the Practice Into Theory
E ric  J. M iller  ......................................................................................  31
Criminal Justice and the Public Imagination
E rik  Luna  ............................................................................................  71
How Accountability-Based Policing Can Reinforce--Or Replace-The Fourth
Amendment Exclusionary Rule
D avid  A . H arris  ..................................................................................... 149
COMMENTARY SYMPOSIUM
CRIMINAL LAW, CASEBOOKS, AND LEGAL EDUCATION
Criminal Law Casebooks: An Introduction to a Dialogue on Their History and
Role in Legal Education
Joshua  D ressler  .................................................................................... 215
The Anti-Case Method: Herbert Wechsler and the Political History of the Criminal
Law Course
A nders  W alker  ....................................................................................... 217
I Remember Professor Wechsler
Yale  K am isar  ......................................................................................... 249

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