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Recent Publications

Below are select recent publications by department graduate students and faculty:

Andrea Walker, Brianne Posey, Craig Hemmens. “What Are the Legal Implications of Marijuana Legalization?” Book chapter for Marijuana Legalization and Criminal Justice (Nancy Marion and Joshua Hill, editors), Carolina Academic Press. (2016).

Andrea M. Walker, Michael S. Klein, Craig Hemmens, Mary K. Stohr, Velmer S. Burton, Jr. “The Consequences of Official Labels: An Examination of the Rights Lost By the Mentally Ill and Mentally Incompetent Since 1989.” Community Mental Health Journal 52(3): 272-280 (2016).

Anthony Walsh and Craig Hemmens, Law, Justice and Society: A Socio-legal Introduction (4th edition). Oxford University Press (2016).

Brandon Bang, Brianne Posey, Craig Hemmens, “Juvenile Waiver 1979-2015.” Juvenile and Family Court Journal 67(2): 5-48 (2016).

Campagna, M., Foster, C., Karas, S., Stohr, M.K. & C. Hemmens. (2016). Restrictions on the Citizenship Rights of Felons: A Statutory Analysis. Accepted at the Journal of Law and Criminal Justice (Online) in April 2016.

Craig Hemmens and Andrea Walker, “Larceny-Theft.” Entry for the Encyclopedia of Crime & Punishment. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers (2016).

Craig Hemmens, Andrea Walker, John Turner, “(Not) Working on the Highway: The Supreme Court Makes A Mistake of Law in Heien v. North Carolina.” Criminal Law Bulletin 52(3): 777-778 (2016).

Craig Hemmens, “Ferguson v. Charleston.” Entry for the Encyclopedia of Women and Crime (Fran Bernat & Kelly Frailling, editors). Wiley-Blackwell Publishers. (Forthcoming, 2017).

Craig Hemmens, “Safford v. Redding.” Entry for the Encyclopedia of Women and Crime (Fran Bernat & Kelly Frailling, editors). Wiley-Blackwell Publishers. (Forthcoming, 2017).

Craig Hemmens (editor), How to Find Success as a Criminal Justice Faculty Member. Routledge. (Forthcoming, January 2017)

Craig Hemmens, David Brody, Cassia Spohn, Criminal Courts: A Contemporary Perspective (3rd edition). Sage Publishing (2016).

Craig Hemmens, “Teaching Law and Courts in Criminal Justice: Outside Looking In.” Forthcoming, Journal of Criminal Justice Education (2016).

Cody Stoddard, Benjamin Steiner, Jacqueline Rohrbach, Craig Hemmens, Katherine Bennett, “All The Way Home: Assessing the Constitutionality of Juvenile Curfew Laws.” American Journal of Criminal Law 42(3): 177-211 (2016).

Doug Routh, Gassan Abbes, Mary K. Stohr, Craig Hemmens, David Makin, “Transgender Inmates in Prisons: Legal Issues and Policies.” Forthcoming, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (2016).

Hemmens, C., Lu, R., Walker, A. & Stohr, M.K. (2016). Process Evaluation of the Spokane County Intensive Supervision Therapeutic (DUI) Court. Final Process Evaluation Report completed in March.

Hemmens, C. & Stohr, M.K. (2016). It’s all about justice: We are criminal justicians! ACJS Today, XLI (2): 12-13.

Hsieh, Ming-Li, Hafoka, Moana, Woo, Youngki, van Wormer, Jacqueline, Stohr, M.K. & Hemmens, C.   (2016).  Probation Officer Roles: A Statutory Analysis. Accepted at Federal Probation. 79, 3, 20-7.

Hsieh, Ming-Li, Hafoka, Moana, Woo, Youngki, van Wormer, Jacqueline, Stohr, M.K. & Hemmens, C. (2017). Assessing the Current State of Juvenile Probation Practice: A Statutory Analysis.  Accepted at the Journal of Offender Rehabilitation in March 2016.

Garland, Brett, Sara Moore, Mary Stohr, & Michael Kyle. (2015). “Juvenile Evening Reporting Centers: A Research Note on an Emerging Practice.” Forthcoming, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1-11.

Iannacchione, B., Collins, P.A., Hudson, M., Stohr, M.K., Hemmens, C., Thayer, J., & Brady, K. (2015). Ethics in a mountain state county jail. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 26,6.

John Worrall, Craig Hemmens, Lisa Nored, Criminal Evidence : An Introduction (3rd edition). Oxford University Press (Forthcoming, January 2017).

John R. Turner, Craig Hemmens, Adam K. Matz, “Is it Reasonable? A Legal Review of Warrantless Searches of Probationers and Parolees.” Forthcoming, Criminal Justice Policy Review (2016).

Jones, T. and Lutze, F. (2016). Anti-human Trafficking Interagency Collaboration in the State of Michigan: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Human Trafficking, 2(2):1-19.

Lutze, F. (2016). Corrections education at the nexus of science and practice: A history of conscience and convenience in achieving professionalization. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. DOI: 10.1080/10511253.2016.1186991

Lutze, F. and Lau, J. (Forthcoming). Centering Women’s Reentry within Safe, Secure, and Affordable Housing. In Lisa Carter and Catherine Marcum’s (Eds.), Female Offenders and Reentry: Pathways and Barriers to Returning to Society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Lutze, F. and Lau, J. (Forthcoming). Boot Camp Prisons in an Era of Evidence-Based Practice. In Hayden Griffin and Vanessa Woodward (Eds.), The Handbook of Corrections in the United States. Routledge.

Mei, X., Iannacchione, B., Stohr, M.K., Hemmens, C., Hudson, M. and Collins, P.A. (2017). Confirmatory Analysis of an Organizational Culture Instrument for Corrections: A Research Note. Accepted at The Prison Journal in June 2015.

Michael Campagna, Cheyenne Foster, Stephanie Karas, Craig Hemmens, Mary K. Stohr, “The Loss of Civil Rights for Felons: A Statutory Analysis.” Forthcoming, Journal of Law and Criminal Justice (2016).

Michael Klein and Craig Hemmens. “Security Guard Hiring Regulations: A Statutory Analysis.” Forthcoming, Criminal Justice Policy Review (2017).

Ming-Li Hsieh, Youngki Woo, Moana Hafoka, Jacqueline van Wormer, Mary K. Stohr, Craig Hemmens, “Juvenile Probation Officer Roles: A Statutory Analysis.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 55(5): 329-354 (2016).

Neuilly, M-A. & Stohr, M.K. “The Art of Conferencing.” (2016). Journal of Criminal Justice Education 27(2), available ONLINE FIRST in February, 2016.

Rolando V. del Carmen and Craig Hemmens, Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice (10th edition). Cengage Publishing (2016).

Routh, D., Abess, G. Yoo, J., Makin, D., Hemmens, C. and Stohr, M.K.  (2016). The law and transgender inmates. Accepted at the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Available online in September, 2015, 1-22.

Routh, D., Campbell, C., Schoeneck, E. & Stohr, M.K. (2016)  Demographics of ACJS Members: 2014 – 2015. ACJS Today.

Stohr, M.K, and Walsh, A. (2018) Corrections: From Research, to Policy, to Practice. Manuscript accepted for publication and in production (there is duplication in some content between this book and the Corrections: The Essentials, 2nd Edition book).

Stohr, Mary.K. and Anthony Walsh (2016). Corrections: The Essentials, 2nd Los Angeles: Sage Publications (there is duplication in some content between this book and the Corrections: A Text Reader, 2nd Edition book).

Stohr, M.K. (2015). “The hundred years’ war: The etiology and status of transgender women in men’s prisons. Women and Criminal Justice Journal (Silver Anniversary Issue), 25,1-2, Published online first. 

Xiaohan Mei, Brian Iannacchione, Mary K. Stohr, Craig Hemmens, Marianne Hudson, Peter A. Collins, “Confirmatory Analysis of an Organizational Culture Instrument for Corrections.” Forthcoming, The Prison Journal (2017).

Xiaohan Mei, Carly Cortright, Mary K. Stohr, Craig Hemmens, Brian Iannichaonne, Peter A. Collins, Marianne Hudson, “Confirmatory Analysis of an Ethics Instrument for Corrections.” Forthcoming, The Prison Journal (2017).

Walker, A., Klein, M., Hemmens, C., Stohr, M.K. and V. Burton. (2016).  The Consequences of Official Labels: Further Examination of the Rights lost By the Mentally Ill and Mentally Incompetent.  Community Mental Health Journal, available ONLINE FIRST, in September 2015.

Woo, Youngki, Stohr, M.K., Hemmens, Craig, Lutze, Faith, Hamilton, Zachary and Yoon, OK Kyung (2016). An Empirical Test of Social Support Paradigm on Male Prisoner Society. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, available ONLINE FIRST in September 2015.

Woo, Youngki, Lu, Ruibin and Stohr, Mary K. (2016). Social support and the gendered experience of incarceration in South Korean prisons. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. ONLINE DOI: 10.1080/15377938.2016.1144544.

Yoo, J, Mei, X., Hemmens, C., Stohr, M.K. (2015). “Rapists’ parental rights: Adding insult to injury.” Forthcoming, Criminal Law Bulletin 52:1 (Fall).

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