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LAW REVIEW ARTICLES

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Balancing a “Right to be Forgotten” with a Right to Remember (2017) 13 California Legal History 421
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Fifty Years of the Washington-Gilbert Provocative Act Doctrine: Time for an Early Retirement? (2014) 9 California Legal History 163
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How Evolving Social Values Have Shaped (And Reshaped) California Criminal Law (2009) 4 California Legal History 393.
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Ireland at Forty: How to Rescue the Felony-murder Doctrine from Its Midlife Crisis (2008) 36 Western State University Law Review 1.
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From Apprendi to Blakely to Cunningham: Popular Sovereignty Enters the Courtroom (2007) 34 Western State University Law Review 111.
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With Malice Towards All: The Increased Lethality of Violence Reshapes Transferred Intent and Attempted Murder Law (2004) 38 University of San Francisco Law Review 261.
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The Mauled Verdict: The Knoller Case Shows Why Res Judicata Should Protect Partial Convictions As Well As Acquittals (2002) 33 McGeorge Law Review 493.
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Just Say No Excuse: The Rise and Fall of Intoxication Defense (1997) 87 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 482.
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NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

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Sentencing reform ballot measure will discard progress
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (November 7, 2016)
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Free expression should not have a price tag
San Diego Union-Tribune (June 23, 2016)
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Scalia, Brexit & personal pronouns
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (June 23, 2016)
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Protecting religion is not about exclusion
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal, December 5, 2015
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Trick or treaty: Process of Iran nuclear deal needs scrutiny
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (September 11, 2015)
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A ‘Right to Rest’ is not the answer
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (June 24, 2015)
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Who caused the death of Kayla Mueller?
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (April 27, 2015)
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Is it winter in Paris for free speech?
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (January 14, 2015)
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Wisdom aside, is the Boy Scouts ban constitutional?
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (September 9, 2014)
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Proposition 34 will undercut justice
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (November 2, 2012)
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Cruel Intentions: How to reform the felony-murder rule
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (January 6, 2009)
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Standing on Ceremony: Marriage Does Entitle People to Benefits Denied Other Cohabitants
Los Angeles Daily Journal (September 9, 1999)
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Getting Educated About Vouchers: Constitutional Right to Choice Applies Equally to Abortion and Schools
Los Angeles Daily Journal (June 8, 1999)
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By the Book: First Amendment Compels Equal Funding for Religous and Public Schools
Los Angeles Daily Journal (March 19, 1999)
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The Self-Induced Excuse: Killers using intoxicants should still be accountable for their actions
Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal (January 19, 1999)
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A Diversity of Ideas: Religion and Politics Are Better Criteria for Admissions than Ethnicity
Los Angeles Daily Journal (September 30, 1998)
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Final Jeopardy: Convictions Deserve the Same Preclusive Effect as Acquittals
Los Angeles Daily Journal (July 13, 1998)
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Have Gun, Will Punish: Danger Posed by Firearms Justifies Law Adding Years to Sentences
Los Angeles Daily Journal (October 27, 1997)
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House Rules: Law Should Let Landlords Turn Away Unmarried Couples
Los Angeles Daily Journal (January 26, 1996)
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Excuses for Intoxicated Killers
San Francisco Chronicle (August 8, 1995)
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Why Should Murderers Get Parole?
Los Angeles Times (May 23, 1995)
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