"Intentionally Harming Others Without Benefit to Oneself"

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
2023

"Does Duress Justify or Excuse? The Significance of Larry Alexander's Ambivalence"

Moral Puzzles and Legal Perplexities: Essays on the Influence of Larry Alexander
2019

"Blackmail: A Crime of Paradox and Irony"

  • Criminal Law
The Palgrave Handbook of Applied Ethics and the Criminal Law
2019

"Unwitting Justification"

  • Criminal Law
San Diego Law Review
2018

"Reflections on Joshua Dressler's Understanding Criminal Law"

  • Criminal Law
Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
2018

"Poor Wesley Hohfeld"

San Diego Law Review
2018

"How to Think (Like a Lawyer) About Rape"

Criminal Law and Philosophy
2016

"Lex Mitior: Converse of Ex Post Facto and Window into Criminal Desert"

  • Criminal Law
New Criminal Law Review
2015

"The Significance of Transferred Intent"

Criminal Law and Philosophy
2013

"Reply: Fletcher on Subjective Justification"

  • Criminal Law
Fletcher's Essays on Criminal Law
2013

"Why the Paradox of Blackmail is So Hard to Resolve"

  • Criminal Law
Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
2012

"The Ontological Problem of 'Risk' and 'Endangerment' in Criminal Law"

  • Criminal Law
Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law
2011

"Is Intent Constitutive of Wrongdoing?"

  • Criminal Law
Crime, Punishment, and Responsibility: The Jurisprudence of Antony Duff
2011

"Answer Self-Incriminating Questions or Be Fired"

  • Criminal Law
American Journal of Criminal Law
2010

"How Not to Argue that Reasonable Provocation is an Excuse"

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
2009

"Offences and Defences Again"

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
2008

"Impossibility Attempts: A Speculative Thesis"

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
2008

"Individualizing the Reasonable Person in Criminal Law"

Criminal Law and Philosophy
2008

"Two Rules of Legality in Criminal Law"

Law and Philosophy
2007

"Why Criminal Harms Matter: Plato's Abiding Insight in the Laws"

Criminal Law and Philosophy
2007

"Reaching Agreement on When Jurors Must Agree"

New Criminal Law Review
2007

"The Supreme Court's Bout with Insanity: Clark v. Arizona"

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
2006

"Self-Incrimination's Covert Federalism"

Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law
2006

"An Attitudinal Theory of Excuse"

Law and Philosophy
2006

"Getting the Fly out of the Bottle: The False Problem of Free Will and Determinism"

Buffalo Criminal Law Review
2005

"Some Common Confusions about Consent in Rape Cases"

Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
2004

The Logic of Consent: The Diversity and Deceptiveness of Consent as a Defense to Criminal Conduct

2004

"The Criminal Defense of Duress: A Justification, Not an Excuse -- And Why It Matters"

Buffalo Criminal Law Review
2003

"Egelhoff Again"

American Criminal Law Review
1999

"Comment on Judith Schafer's 'Under the Present Mode of Trial, Improper Verdicts Are Very Often Given': Criminal Procedure in the Trials of Slaves in Antebellum Louisiana"

Cardozo Law Review
1996

Speaking of Equality: An Analysis of the Rhetorical Force of 'Equality' in Moral and Legal Discourse

1990

"The Place of Foreign Treaties in the Courts of the United States: A Reply to Louis Henkin"

Harvard Law Review
1987

"Confrontation, Right of"

  • Constitutional Law
Encyclopedia of the American Constitution
1986

"Hearsay Rule"

Encyclopedia of the American Constitution
1986

"The Rueful Rhetoric of 'Rights'"

UCLA Law Review
1986

"'Freedom' and 'Coercion'—Virtue Words and Vice Words"

Duke Law Journal
1985

"Comment on Montague's Rights and Duties of Compensation"

Philosophy and Public Affairs
1985

"The Concept of Equal Opportunity"

Ethics: An International Journal of Social, Political and Legal Philosophy
1985

"To Lure the Tarantula from Its Hole: A Response"

Columbia Law Review
1983

"The Meaning of Equality in Law, Science, Math, and Morals: A Reply"

Michigan Law Review
1983

"On 'Confusing Ideas': A Reply"

Yale Law Journal
1982

"The Empty Idea of Equality"

Harvard Law Review
1982

"To Talk, to Balk, or to Lie: The Emerging 5th Amendment Doctrine of the 'Preferred Response'"

American Criminal Law Review
1982

"Incredible Dilemmas: Conditioning One Constitutional Right on the Forfeiture of Another"

Iowa Law Review
1981

"Reflections on Alfred Hill's 'Testimonial Privilege and Fair Trial'"

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
1981

"Death and Double Jeopardy"

Law Quadrangle Notes
1981

"Letting Prisoners Die"

Ethics, Humanism, and Medicine
1980

"The Three Faces of Double Jeopardy: Reflections on Government Appeals of Criminal Sentences"

Michigan Law Review
1980

"After 'Life for Erie'-A Reply"

Michigan Law Review
1980

"Is There Life for Erie after the Death of Diversity?"

Michigan Law Review
1980