Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Criminal Law & Procedure (through May 3)

John Doe probe at youth prison ends under new time limits, by Associated Press, Wisconsin Law Journal

Can Mandatory Reporting Laws Help Child Survivors of Human Trafficking? by Jonathan Todres, Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law, WLR Forward

Certification by Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Antjuan Redmond v. Brian Foster, 2014AP2637

The Risks of Using “Predictive Policing” to Bust Alleged Offenders, Gimbel Reilly Guerin Brown LLP, Milwaukee

Wisconsin Polling of Jury During Trial Leads to Mistrial, by Jonathan R. Tung, FindLaw 7th Circuit News and Information Blog

Paul Ryan, Rebecca Kleefisch and changing conservative views on incarceration, by Tom Kertscher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Proof and Hearsay

Two Recent Decisions Shed Light on Prohibition of Double Jeopardy for Criminal Defendants, by Erika Bierma and Jeffrey A. Mandell, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, Madison

On Point, State Public Defender