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    • The Hidden Law of Plea Bargaining 

      Crespo, Andrew Manuel (Columbia Law Review Association, Inc., 2018)
      The American criminal justice system is a system of pleas. Few who know it well think it is working. And yet, identifying plausible strategies for law reform proves challenging, given the widely held scholarly assumption ...
    • Regaining Perspective: Constitutional Criminal Adjudication in the U.S. Supreme Court 

      Crespo, Andrew Manuel (The Minnesota Law Review Foundation, 2016)
      Anthony Amsterdam’s seminal Perspectives on the Fourth Amendment opens with a discussion of the various institutional “vexations” that confront the Supreme Court when it works to interpret and implement the Fourth Amendment.  ...
    • Systemic Facts: Toward Institutional Awareness in Criminal Courts 

      Crespo, Andrew Manuel (Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2016)
      Criminal courts are often required, in the course of implementing existing doctrines of constitutional criminal law, to regulate other institutional actors within the criminal justice system — most notably, prosecutors and ...