Capital Mitigation

  • Forensic Neuropsychology and Violence: Neuroscientific and Legal Implications 
    In Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience (in press). Eds., Anthony Beech, Adam J Carter, Ruth Mann and Pia Rotshtein. Oxford, England: Wiley Blackwell., 2018
  • Mitigating Sexual Homicide in Capital Murder Cases
  • 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
  • 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
  • Death Penalty Mitigation And The Role Of The Forensic Psychologist
    27 Law and Psychology Review 55, Spring, 2003

Civil Law

  • The Law & Psychology in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Competency / Insanity

  • 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
  • Neuropsychological and Neurological Correlates in Violent and Homicidal Offenders: A Legal and Neuroscience Perspective
    Aggression and Violent Behavior, Volume 15, Issue 3, May–June 2010, Pages 209–223
  • Forensic Neuropsychological Assessment and Death Penalty Litigation
    The Champion, April, 2009


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

Sexual Offender

  • Assessing the Sex Offender With Asperger’s Disorder: A Forensic Psychological and Neuropsychological Perspective
    Sex Offender Law Report, August/September 2011
  • To Catch a Predator, and Then Commit Him for Life Sexual Offender Risk Assessment — Part Two
    The Champion, March, 2009
  • To Catch A Predator, and Then Commit Him for Life Sexual Offender Risk Assessment — Part One
    The Champion, February, 2009
  • Sex Crimes: How to Utilize Forensic Psychological Evaluations Within Internet Online Solicitation and Pornography Sex Crime Cases
    Voice for the Defense, June 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
  • Megan’s Law and Sexual Violence Risk Assessment
    Cuyahoga County Bar Association, Volume 83, Issue 1 January, 2007
  • Getting Tough on Sex Offenders: The Adam Walsh Act & Ohio SB 10
    John Matthew Fabian, PSY.D., J.D. and Ian Friedman, Esq. 2006
  • A Literature Review of the Utility of Selected Violence and Sexual Violence Risk Assessment Instruments
    Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 34 Fall/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