Howard University


Adam H. Kurland - Publications

Professor Kurland is the author of a book: SUCCESSIVE CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS: THE DUAL SOVEREIGNTY EXCEPTION TO DOUBLE JEOPARDY IN STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS ( 2001), and is a contributing author to THE HERITAGE GUIDE TO THE CONSTITUTION (2005 ). He has also written numerous law review articles, including

Court’s in Session: A Law Professor Returns to the Majestic Chaos of a Criminal Jury Trial, 52 How. L.J. 357 ( 2009 )

To ”Aid, Abet, Counsel, Command, Induce or Procure the Commission of a Criminal Offense,”: A Critique of Federal Aiding and Abetting Principles, 57 S. Car. L. Rev. 85 ( 2005 )

First Principles of American Federalism and the Nature of Federal Criminal Jurisdiction: 45 Emory L.J. 1 ( 1996 )

The Guarantee Clause As a Basis for Federal Prosecutions of State and Local Officials, 62 So. Ca.l L. Rev. 367 ( 1989 )

Partisan Rhetoric, Constitutional Reality, and Political Responsibility: The Troubling Constitutional Consequences of Achieving DC Statehood by Simple Legislation, 60 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 475 ( 1992 )

Providing A Federal Criminal Defendant With A Unilateral Right to a Bench Trial: A Renewed Call to Amend Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 23(a), 26 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 309 ( 1993 )

Prosecuting Ol’ Man River: The Fifth Amendment, The Good Faith Defense, and the Non-Testifying Defendant, 51 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 841 ( 1990 )

updated: September 29, 2009