Assessing the Sex Offender With Asperger’s Disorder: A Forensic Psychological and Neuropsychological Perspective Sex Offender Law Report, August/September 2011

Applying Roper v. Simmons in Juvenile Transfer and Waiver Proceedings: A Legal and Neuroscientific Inquiry International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, June, 2010

Mitigating Sexual Homicide In Capital Murder Cases Cornerstone

Forensic Neuropsychological Assessment and Death Penalty Litigation The Champion, April, 2009

Sex Crimes: How to Utilize Forensic Psychological Evaluations Within Internet Online Solicitation and Pornography Sex Crime Cases Voice for the Defense, June 2007

Neuropsychological and Neurological Correlates in Violent and Homicidal Offenders: A Legal and Neuroscience Perspective

Forensic Psychological/Psychiatric Evaluations in Mortgage Foreclosure Cases: A Legal & Clinical Perspective

Mitigating Murder at Capital Sentencing: An Empirical and Practical Psycho-legal Strategy Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 9:1–34, 2009

Methamphetamine Motivated Murder: Forensic Psychological/Psychiatric Assessment in Capital Litigation Journal of Psychiatry & Law 35, Winter 2007

Considering Roper vs. Simmons in Waiver/Bind over Cuyahoga County Bar Association, March, 2007

Megan’s Law and Sexual Violence Risk Assessment Cuyahoga County Bar Association, Volume 83, Issue 1 January, 2007

Current Standards and Practices in Violence Risk Assessment and Communication at a Maximum Security Forensic Hospital Following a High Profile Sexual Homicide Elseviers, Agression and Violent Behavior, Volume 13, No. 5, October, 2008

Rethinking “Rational” in The Dusky Standard: Assessing a High Profile Delusional Killer’s Functional Abilities in the Courtroom in the Context of a Capital Murder Trial Quinnipiac Law Review, Volume 25 (2) 2006

A Literature Review of the Utility of Selected Violence and Sexual Violence Risk Assessment Instruments Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 34 Fall/2006

State Supreme Court Responses to Atkins v. Virginia: Adaptive Functioning Assessment in Light of Purposeful Planning, Premeditation, and the Behavioral Context of the Homicide Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, Volume 6, No. 4, 2006

The Risky Business of Conducting Risk Assessments For Those Already Civilly Committed As Sexually Violent Predators William Mitchell School of Law, Volume 32, No. 1, 2005

Examining Our Approaches to Sex Offenders & the Law: Kansas v. Hendricks, Crane and Beyond: “Mental Abnormality,” and “Sexual Dangerousness,”: Volitional vs. Emotional Abnormality and the Debate Between Community Safety and Civil Liberties William Mitchell School of Law-Law Review, Volume 29, No. 4, 2003

The Law & Psychology in Workers’ Compensation Claims