Publications and Presentations

Publications:

*Indicates a student/postdoctoral fellow. Publications listed are from the past five years. Please consult CVs for earlier publications. To request a reprint, please complete the Contact Us form.

Forthcoming

Redlich, A. D., Acker, J., *Norris, R. J., & *Bonventre, C. (Expected 2014). (Eds). Examining wrongful convictions: Stepping back, moving forward. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

*Shteynberg, R. & Redlich, A. D. (in press). Policing juvenile delinquency. In M. D. Krohn and J. Lane (Eds.), Wiley handbook of juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers.

*Liu, S. & Redlich, A. D. (in press). Jails and courts: Intercept 3. In P. Griffin, K. Heilbrun, E. Mulvey, D. DeMatteo, & C. Schubert (Eds.), The sequential intercept model and criminal justice: Promoting community alternatives for individuals with serious mental illness. Oxford University Press.

*Kelly, C., Redlich, A. D., Evans, J., & Meissner, C. (in press). Meta-analysis of the interview and interrogation literature. In G. Bruinsma & D. Weisburd (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York, NY: Springer Press.

*Norris, R.J. (Expected 2014). Exoneree Compensation: Current Policies and Future Outlook. In M. Zalman and J. Carrano (Eds.), Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform: Making Justice. New York: Routledge.

2013

Redlich, A. D. & *Han, W. (2013). Examining the links between therapeutic jurisprudence and mental health court completion. Law and Human Behavior.

*Kelly, C., *Miller, J., Redlich, A. D., & Kleinman, S. (2013). A taxonomy of interrogation methods. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 19, 165-178.

Redlich, A. D. (2013). The past, present, and future of mental health courts. In R. Weiner & E. Brank (Eds.), Special problem solving courts: Social science and legal perspectives (pp. 147-161). New York: Springer Press.

*Norris, R.J. & Bonventre, C.L. (2013). Advancing Wrongful Conviction Scholarship: Towards New Conceptual Frameworks. Justice Quarterly. Published online. doi: 10.1080/07418825.2013.827232.

Redlich, A.D., Bushway, S.D., *Norris, R.J., & Yan, S. (2013). Bargaining in the Shadow of Trial: Exploring the Reach of Evidence Outside the Jury Box. Final Report to the National Institute of Justice.

2012

Bushway, S., & Redlich, A. D. (2012). Is plea bargaining in the “shadow of the trial” a mirage? Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 28, 437-454.

Redlich, A. D. & Summers, A. (2012). Voluntary, knowing, and intelligent pleas: Understanding plea inquiries. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 18, 626-643.

Redlich, A. D., *Liu, S., Steadman, H. J., Callahan, L., & Robbins, P. C. (2012). Is diversion swift?: Comparing mental health court and traditional criminal justice processing. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39, 420-433. 

Meissner, C., Redlich, A. D., Bhatt, S., & Brandon, S. (2012). Interview and interrogation methods and their effects on true and false confessions. Final report to the Campbell Collaboration. Available at http://campbellcollaboration.org/lib/download/2249/

Redlich, A. D., Kelly, C. E., & Miller, J. C. (2012). Systematic survey of the international interview and intelligence community: Final report to the FBI-HIG. Washington, DC.

*Norris, R.J. (2012). Assessing Compensation Statutes for the Wrongly Convicted. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 23, 352-374.

2011

Acker, J., & Redlich, A. D. (2011). Wrongful convictions: Law, social science, and policy. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Norris, R.*, Bonventre, C.*, Redlich, A. D., & Acker, J. (2011). Than that one innocent suffer: Evaluating state safeguards against wrongful convictions. Albany Law Review, 44, 1301-1364.

Redlich, A. D. Kulish, R., & Steadman, H. J. (2011). Comparing true and false confessions among persons with serious mental illness. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 17, 394-418.

Steadman, H. J., Redlich, A. D., Callahan, L., Robbins, P. C., & Vesselinov, R. (2011). Assessing the impact of mental health courts on arrests and jail days: A multi-site study. Archives of General Psychiatry, 68, 167-172.

Norris, R.*, & Redlich, A. D. (2011). At-risk populations under investigation and at trial. In B. Cutler (Ed.), Conviction of the innocent: Lessons from psychological research (pp. 13-32). Washington, DC: APA Press.

Redlich, A. D., Kelly, C. E., & Miller, J. C. (2011). Systematic survey of the US interview and intelligence community: Final report to the FBI-HIG. Washington, DC.

2010

Quas, J. A., Alexander, K. W., Goodman, G. S., Ghetti, S., Edelstein, R., & Redlich, A. D. (2010). Long-term autobiographical memory for legal involvement: Individual and sociocontextual factors. Cognitive Development, 25, 394-409.

Redlich, A. D. (2010). The susceptibility of juveniles to false confessions and false guilty pleas. Rutgers Law Review, 62, 943-957.

Redlich, A. D., Hoover, S.*, Summers, A.*, & Steadman, H.J. (2010). Enrollment in mental health courts: Voluntariness, knowingness, and adjudicative competence. Law and Human Behavior, 34, 91-104.

Redlich, A. D., Summers, A.*, & Hoover, S.* (2010). Self-reported false confessions and false guilty pleas among offenders with mental illness. Law and Human Behavior, 34, 79-90.

Kassin, S. M., Drizin, S., Grisso, T., Gudjonsson, G., Leo, R. A., & Redlich, A. D. (2010). APLS-Approved White Paper, Police-induced confessions: Risk factors and recommendations. Law and Human Behavior, 34, 3-38.

Kassin, S. M., Drizin, S., Grisso, T., Gudjonsson, G., Leo, R. A., & Redlich, A. D. (2010). White paper and commentaries: Looking ahead. Law and Human Behavior, 34, 49-52.

Redlich, A. D., Steadman, H. J., Callahan, L., Robbins, P. C., Vesselinov, R., & Ozdogru, A. A.* (2010). The use of mental health court appearances in supervision. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 33, 272-277.

Karnik, N.S., Soller, M.V., Redlich. A. D., Silverman, M.*, Kraemer, H.C., Haapanen, R., & Steiner, H. (2010). Prevalence differences of psychiatric disorders among youth after nine months or more of incarceration by race/ethnicity and age. Journal of the Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 21, 237-250.

Redlich, A. D. & Cusack, K. (2010). Mental health treatment in criminal justice settings. In B. L. Levin, K. D. Hennessey, & J. Petrila (Eds.), Mental health services: A public health perspective (3rd ed) (pp. 421-440). New York: Oxford University Press.

Redlich, A. D. (2010). False confessions and false guilty pleas: Similarities and differences. In G.D. Lassiter & C. Meissner (Eds.), Interrogations and confessions: Current research, practice and policy (pp. 49-66). Washington, DC: APA Books.

Costanzo, M. & Redlich, A. (2010). Use of physical and psychological force in criminal and military interrogations. In J. Knuttsson & J. Kuhns (Eds.), Policing around the world: Police use of force (pp. 43-51). Praeger Security International.

*Norris, R., & Redlich, A. D. (2010). False and coerced confessions. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press.

Acker, J.R., & *Bonventre, C.L. (2010). Protecting the innocent in New York: Moving beyond changing only their names. 73 Albany Review 1245-1356.

2009

Redlich, A. D. & Ozdogru, A. A.* (2009). Alford pleas in the age of innocence. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 27, 467-488.

Karnik, N. S., Soller, M. V., Redlich, A. D, Silverman, M.*, Kraemer, H. C., Haapanen, R., & Steiner, H. (2009). Prevalence of and gender differences in psychiatric disorders among juvenile delinquents incarcerated for nine months. Psychiatric Services, 60, 838-841.

Redlich, A. D. & Meissner, C. A. (2009). Techniques and controversies on the interrogation of suspects: The artful practice versus the scientific study. In J. Skeem, K. Douglas, & S. Lilienfeld (Eds.), Psychological science in the courtroom: Controversies and consensus (pp. 124-148). New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.
[Translated into Chinese for Southwest Law and Political University]

Redlich, A. D., & Kassin, S. M. (2009). Suggestibility and false confessions among juveniles. In B. L. Bottoms, C. J. Najdowski, & G. S. Goodman (Eds.), Children as victims, witnesses, and offenders: Psychological science and the law (pp. 275-294). New York: Guilford Press.

2008

Redlich, A. D., Quas, J. A., & Ghetti, S. (2008). Perceptions of children during a police interview: Guilt, confessions, and interview fairness. Psychology, Crime, and Law, 14, 201-223.

Petrila, J. & Redlich, A. D. (2008). Options for diverting persons with mental illness from the criminal justice system. Court Review, 43, 164-173.

Redlich, A. D., Ghetti, S., & Quas, J. A. (2008). Perceptions of children during a police interview: A comparison of suspects and alleged victims. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 705-735.

 

Presentations:
* Indicates a peer-reviewed conference submission

Presentations listed are from the past year. Please consult CVs for earlier presentations.

2014

*Shteynberg, R.S. & Redlich, A.D. (2014, March). True and False Guilty Plea Decision-Making. Paper to be presented at the American Psychology-Law Society meeting, New Orleans, LA.

2013

Redlich, A. D. (2013, November). Critic. In R. Leo (Chair), Author meets critic: Kids, cops, and confessions: Inside the interrogation room by Barry Feld. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Bushway, S., Redlich, A. D., Yan, S., & Norris, R. (2013, November). Explaining the value of a plea deal using prosecutor’s case files. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Shteynberg, R. & Redlich, A. D. (2013, November). Factors influencing true and false guilty pleas. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Kelly, C., Redlich, A. D., & Miller, J. C. (2013, October). The dynamic process of interrogation. Invited presentation at the 3rd annual Intelligence Interviewing, HIG Research Symposium, Washington, DC.

Norris, R. J. & Miller, J.C. (2013, November). Guilty Minds: Officer Experience, Police Culture, and Interrogation Tactics. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Redlich, A. D. (2013, August). False and coerced confessions. Invited speaker at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Office of Defender Services Training Branch conference. Buffalo, NY.

Redlich, A. D. (2013, July). Interrogating in the shadow of trial: Confessions to convictions. Invited plenary speaker at the New York State Defenders Association meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Redlich, A. D., & Han, W. (2013, May). Initial therapeutic jurisprudence and later mental health court success. Paper presented at the Law and Society Association meeting, Boston, MA.

Shteynberg, R. & Redlich, A. D. (2013, May). The role of gender in juvenile and young adult plea decision-making, competence, and understanding. Paper presented at the Law and Society Association meeting, Boston, MA.

Norris, Robert J. “The Past, Present, and Future of Exoneree Compensation Statutes.” The Innocence Network Conference, Charlotte, NC, April 2013.

*Redlich, A. D., Bushway, S., Norris, R., & Yan, S. (2013, March). The influence of confession statements on guilty pleas. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society meeting, Portland, OR.

*Shteynberg, R. & Redlich, A. D. (2013, March). Juvenile and young adult plea decision-making. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society meeting, Portland, OR.

*Kelly, C., Redlich, A. D., & Miller, J. (2013, March). Comparing American and international interrogation practices. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society meeting, Portland, OR.