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Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Top-Ten Recent SSRN Downloads in Criminal Procedure eJournal

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Rank Paper Downloads
1.

What Caused the 2016 Chicago Homicide Spike? An Empirical Examination of the 'ACLU Effect' and the Role of Stop and Frisks in Preventing Gun Violence

University of Utah - S.J. Quinney College of Law and University of Utah - College of Social & Behavioral Sciences - Department of Economics
1,117
2.

Cross-Enforcement of the Fourth Amendment

University of Southern California Gould School of Law
415
3.

The Scale of Misdemeanor Justice

George Mason University - Antonin Scalia Law School, Faculty and University of Georgia School of Law
253
4.

The Myth of the Reliability Test

University of Virginia - School of Law and Innocence Project, Inc.
200
5.

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Law Enforcement: A Review Paper

University of Liege - School of Law
185
6.

Racial Equity in Algorithmic Criminal Justice

University of Chicago - Law School
179
7.

'Don't Elect Me': Sheriffs and the Need for Reform in County Law Enforcement

University of Virginia - School of Law, Alumnus or Degree Candidate Author
132
8.

Sixth Amendment Sentencing after Hurst

University of North Carolina School of Law and University of Mississippi School of Law
128
9.

Privatizing Criminal Procedure

Washington and Lee University
127
10.

Plea Bargaining: From Patent Unfairness to Transparent Justice

Director of the Evidence-Based Sentencing and Criminal Justice Project, Swinburne University Law School, Melbourne Law School and University of Akron - University of Akron School of Law, Students
125

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Comments

Completely loved this list, indeed making free and public of such scholarly legal material is a blessing for lawyers, who get enlightened and better knowledge through these intensively researched documents.

Posted by: Paul Carrillo | May 13, 2018 1:19:36 AM

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