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Publications by Andrea Roth


BOOKS

Scientific Evidence (with Paul C. Giannelli, Edward J. Imwinkelried, and Jane Campbell Moriarty), 5th edition, LexisNexis (2 vols.) (2012)

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Defying DNA: Rethinking the Role of the Jury in an Age of Scientific Proof of Innocence, 93 Boston U. L. Rev 1643 (2013) - PDF Version (3.73 Mb)

Maryland v. King and the Wonderful, Horrible DNA Revolution in Law Enforcement, 11 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. (2013) - PDF Version (1.01 Mb)

Database-Driven Investigations: The Promise - and the Peril - of using Forensics to Solve "No-Suspect" Cases, 9 Criminology & Pub. Pol'y 421 (2010) - PDF Version (111 Kb)

Safety in Numbers? Deciding When DNA Alone Is Enough To Convict, 85 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1130 (2010) - PDF Version (3.97 Mb)

Database Limitations on the Evidentiary Value of Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Evidence (with Kaestle, Kittles, and Ungvarsky), 43 Am Crim. L. Rev. 53 (2006) - PDF Version (2.53 Mb)

REVIEWS

The Collapse of American Criminal Justice by William J. Stuntz (Book Review), 62 J. L. Educ. 377 (2012) - PDF Version (676 Kb)

Forensic Identification and Criminal Justice: Forensic Science, Justice, and Risk, by Carole McCartney (Book Review) (with Edward Ungvarsky), 8 L. Probability & Risk 55 (2009) - PDF Version (852 Kb)

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Complexity and the Criminal Jury

MISCELLANEOUS

Data Sharing in Forensic Science: Consequences for the Legal System (with Edward Ungvarsky), Am. Stat. Ass'n, Proc. Joint Stat. Meeting 469 (2009)

CHAPTERS

Ethical Duties of Defense Attorneys and Experts, in Judging Morality: Ethics in Forensic Science, Acad. Press (2012)