Readership: Legal scholars interested in criminal law and procedure; Criminal justice scholars, especially those who focus on the workings of the legal system; Philosophers interested in the philosophy of law and philosophy of criminal law in particular.
Richard L. Lippke, Senior Scholar, Department of Criminal Justice, Indiana University
Richard L. Lippke is a Senior Scholar in the Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University. In addition to his current position, he has held teaching positions at James Madison University and DePauw University, and has been a visiting fellow at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at Australian National University and the Centre for Criminology at Oxford University. He is the author of Rethinking Imprisonment (OUP 2007), Radical Business Ethics (Rowman & Littlefield 1995), and numerous articles in applied ethics and philosophy of criminal law.
1: Waiver Rewards and Trial Penalties
2: Against Trial Penalties
3: Waiver Rewards and Deserved Punishment
4: Remorse and Waiver Rewards
5: Waiver Rewards and the Reduction of Crime
6: Rewarding Cooperation
7: Plea Bargains as Contracts
8: Principled Criminal Prosecution and Half-Loaves
9: Plea Bargaining and Getting at the Truth