Jonathan M. Smith

Recent Publications

  • J. Smith, Closing the Gap Between What is Lawful and What is Right in Police Use of Force Jurisprudence by Making Police Departments More Democratic Institutions, 21 Mich. J. on Race and the Law 315 (Spring 2016)
  • J. Smith, Women and Children Escaping Violence Need Support, Not Confinement, Washington Lawyer, Vol 30, No. 10 (June 2016)
  • J. Smith, Policing After Scalia; He thought the Fourth Amendment protected property, not people, The Marshall Project, February 17, 2016

Other Publications

  • J. Smith, Forget the ‘Ferguson effect’ on crime, Post Everything, October 28, 2015
  • J. Smith, Police Unions Must Not Block Reform, New York Times Op-Ed, May 30, 2015
  • P. Edelman & J. Smith, Rationing Justice: The Needs Is Up and the Money Is Down, Washington Lawyer, Vol. 24, No. 7 (March 2010)
  • J. Smith & E. Angel, Reform of the Superior Court Is Necessary to Achieve Judicial Neutrality, Washington Lawyer, Vol. 22, No 2 (October 2007)
  • W. Henderson & J. Smith, The Right to Counsel and Civil Rights: An Opportunity to Broaden the Debate, 40 Clearinghouse Review 210 (July/August 2006)
  • J. Smith, There Should Be No Price Tag on Justice, Mr. Chief Justice, Washington Lawyer, Vol. 19, No. 10 (December 2005)
  • J. Smith, Community in Need: Securing Equal Access to Justice, Washington Lawyer, Volume 17, No 9 (May 2003)
  • J. Smith, Closing the Courthouse Door on Maryland’s Poor, Maryland Bar Journal, Vol. XXXIV, No. 4 (July/August 2001)
  • J. Smith, Color and Mortgages, Baltimore Sun Op-Ed, May 30, 2000
  • J. Smith, The District of Columbia Revitalization Act and Criminal Justice: The Federal Government’s Assault on Local Authority, 4 Dist. Col. L. Rev. 77 (Spring 1998)
  • J. Smith, The D.C. Rescue Plan: Punishing the City’s Criminal Justice System?, Washington Lawyer, Vol. 12, No. 1 (September/October 1997)
  • J. Smith, Enforcing Corrections Related Court Orders in the District of Columbia, 2 Dist. Col. L. Rev. 237 (Spring 1994)

Mr. Smith's full bio may be found here.

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