Volume 100, Issue 3 (May 2020)


Beyond Bad Apples: Exploring the Legal Determinants of Police Violence


More than Bias: How Law Produces Police Violence
Osagie K. Obasogie
Page 771

“The Criminal Is to Go Free”: The Legacy of Eugenic Thought in Contemporary Judicial Realism About American Criminal Justice
Jonathan Simon
Page 787

Tear Gas + Water Hoses + Dispersal Orders: The Fourth Amendment Endorses Brutality in Protest Policing
Karen J. Pita Loor
Page 817

Police Violence and the African American Procedural Habitus
Trevor George Gardner
Page 849

To Serve and Protect Each Other: How Police-Prosecutor Codependence Enables Police Misconduct
Somil Trivedi & Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve
Page 895

The Violence of Nosy Questions
Jeannine Bell
Page 935

Race and Reasonableness in Police Killings
Jeffrey Fagan & Alexis D. Campbell
Page 951

Beyond the Law: An Agenda for Policing Reform
Megan Quattlebaum & Tom Tyler
Page 1017

Cycles of Threat: Graham v. Connor, Police Violence, and African American Health Inequities
Denise Herd
Page 1047

Racial Disparities in Fatal Police Shootings: An Empirical Analysis Informed by Critical Race Theory
Michael Siegel
Page 1069

Graham, Police Violence, and Health Through a Public Health Lens
Chandra L. Ford
Page 1093

Floating Lungs: Forensic Science in Self-Induced Abortion Prosecutions
Aziza Ahmed
Page 1111

Fear of a Black and Brown Internet: Policing Online Activism
Sahar F. Aziz & Khaled A. Beydoun
Page 1151

The Supreme Court and the Illegitimacy of Lawless Fourth Amendment Policing
Ayesha Bell Hardaway
Page 1193