Publications

Alissa Pollitz Worden, Andrew L.B. Davies, Reveka V. Shteynberg, Kirstin A. Morgan,. 2017. "Court Reform: Why Simple Solutions Might Not Fail? A Case Study of Implementation of Counsel at First Appearance." Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, 14(2): 521-551.

Andrew L.B. Davies and Janet Moore. 2017. "Critical Issues and New Empirical Research in Public Defense: An Introduction." Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, 14(2): 337-344.

Janet Moore and Andrew L.B. Davies. 2017. "Knowing Defense." Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, 14(2): 345-371.

Andrew L.B. Davies and Alissa Pollitz Worden. 2017. "Local Governance and Redistributive Policy: Explaining Local Funding for Public Defense." Law and Society Review, 51: 313-345.

Allison D. Redlich and Reveka V. Shteynberg. 2016. "To Plead or Not to Plead: A Comparison of Juvenile and Adult True and False Plea Decisions." Law and Human Behavior, 40(6): 611-625.

Andrew L.B. Davies. 2015. “How Do We ‘Do Data’ In Public Defense?” Albany Law Review 78(3): 1179-1192.

Alissa Pollitz Worden, Andrew L.B. Davies, and Elizabeth K. Brown. 2014. “Public Defense in an Age of Innocence: The Innocence Paradigm and the Challenges of Representing the Accused.” In Marvin Zalman and Julia Carrano (eds.) Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform. New York: Routledge.

Andrew L.B. Davies and Angela Burton. 2015. “Why Gather Data on Parent Representation? The Pros, Cons, Promise and Pitfalls.” ABA Child Law Practice 34(4): 49, 54-57.

Alissa Pollitz Worden and Andrew L.B. Davies. 2013. “The Criminal Defense Professions.” G.J.N. Bruinsma and D.L. Weisburd (eds.) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York: Springer.

Alissa Pollitz Worden, Sarah J. McLean, and Megan Kennedy. 2013. "Sidestepping Justice? Adjournments in Contemplation of Dismissal in Misdemeanor Court." Albany Law Review, 76(3): 1713-1750.

Alissa Pollitz Worden, Andrew L. B. Davies, and Elizabeth K. Brown. 2011. “A Patchwork of Policies: Justice, Due Process, and Public Defense Across American States.” Albany Law Review 74(3): 1423.

Alissa Pollitz Worden and Andrew L. B. Davies. 2009. “Protecting Due Process Policies in a Punitive Era: An Analysis of Changes in Providing Counsel to the Poor.” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society: Special Issue - New Perspectives on Crime and Criminal Justice. Volume 47: 71-114.

Andrew L.B. Davies and Alissa Pollitz Worden. 2009. “State Politics and the Right to Counsel: A Comparative Analysis.” Law & Society Review 43(1).

Andrew L.B. Davies and Alissa Pollitz Worden. 2008. “Criminal Justice Policy in the United States: Due Process during the Punitive Turn.” In I. Morgan and P. Davies, ed., The Federal Nations of North America: Perspectives on American Federalism. New York: Palgrave - MacMillan.