Publications

CAFA Project Products

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.

Alissa Pollitz Worden, Reveka V. Shteynberg, Kirstin A. Morgan, & Andrew L.B. Davies. 2017. "Beyond the city limits: Evaluating court reforms in rural and small-town courts." Translational Criminology, 13.

Alissa Pollitz Worden, Kirstin A. Morgan, Reveka V. Shteynberg, & Andrew L.B. Davies. Forthcoming, 2018. "What difference does a lawyer make? The effect of counsel at arraignment on detention and bail decisions in misdemeanor courts." Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Additional Relevant Products

Kirstin A. Morgan, Reveka V. Shteynberg, Rebecca Ackerman, Cynthia G. Lee. 2018. "Incorporating Client Perspectives into Indigent Defense Research: A Guide for Practitioners." Washington, DC: National Legal Aid & Defenders Association (NLADA), 1-64. 

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.