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1 CURRICULUM VITAE STEVEN ANDREW DRIZIN 428 Elder Lane Winnetka, IL (847) (h) (312) (w) (312) (FAX) EDUCATION NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Chicago, Illinois Juris Doctor, May 1986 HONORS: Dean's List, Semesters 1, 2, 6; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, HAVERFORD COLLEGE Haverford, Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 1983 HONORS: Graduated with Honors in Political Science PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITYS BLUHM LEGAL CLINIC August present NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Assistant Dean, Legal Clinic, September 2013-present Assistant Director, January 1, 2001 Legal Director, Center on Wrongful Convictions, March 2005-August 2013 Assistant Director, January 1, 2001 Clinical Professor of Law, January 1, 2004 Associate Clinical Professor, January 1, 2001 Supervising Attorney, Children and Family Justice Center, June Lecturer in Criminal Law to First Year Students, Adjunct Faculty Member, Pretrial Litigation/ Professional Responsibility, Responsibilities include teaching criminal law to first year law students, serving as an attorney and instructor in clinical program in which second and third year law students provide legal assistance to indigent clients in criminal, juvenile delinquency, and wrongful conviction cases and working with a team of attorneys and researchers in a project aimed at preventing wrongful convictions and advocating for reforms which will minimize the risk of wrongful convictions. 1

2 SACHNOFF & WEAVER LTD. Chicago, Illinois Litigation Associate, September 1986-October 1988; September 1989-August Practice in commercial litigation, including federal and state civil procedure, securities fraud, fraudulent conveyance, bankruptcy, Section 1983, prisoner's rights, and breach of contract actions. LAW CLERK TO THE HONORABLE ILANA D. ROVNER, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT JUDGE FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS, EASTERN DIVISION, October 1988-August AWARDS American Bar Association s Livingston Hall Award (2005) recognizes an unsung hero, an attorney working in the juvenile justice field who embodies both exceptional dedication and advocacy skills. National Juvenile Defender Center s 2000 Juvenile Defender Leadership Award for outstanding dedication and advocacy in the juvenile justice field. October 26, 2000 in Houston, TX. National Council on Crime & Delinquency s 1999 PASS (Prevention for a Safer Society) Award: Recognizing through work in the media and the community that crime in America can only de reduced and controlled when our people understand and solve the societal problems that produce it. Prevention will produce a safer society. Dean s Teaching Award ( , ) Established in 1998, the annual dean s teaching awards are awarded to approximately the top six faculty members with the highest total score for the just completed academic year based on both the quality of their teaching as measured by the student teaching evaluations and their student load (number of students taught and contact hours) during that period. BAR ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE WORK MIDWEST JUVENILE DEFENDER CENTER Co-Director ( ) The Midwest Regional Juvenile Defender Center is an arm of the ABA s National Juvenile Defender Center in Washington, D.C. The mission of the Center, which serves juvenile defenders in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin, is to provide leadership and resources for juvenile defenders in order that they may serve their clients and promote justice for children. 2

3 BAR ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE WORK (cont.) NATIONAL INNOCENCE NETWORK Board Member ( ) Co-Director, Amicus Committee ( ) CHICAGO BAR ASSOCIATION Chair, Juvenile Law Committee ( ) Vice-Chair, Juvenile Law Committee ( ) COOK COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION ALTERNATIVES INITIATIVE Member of Task Force funded by Annie E. Casey Foundation to develop alternatives to detention for non-adjudicated juveniles in Cook County and to find ways to reduce overcrowding at the detention center. ( ) COOK COUNTY JUVENILE COURT DRUG PROGRAM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (October 1996) ILLINOIS COUNCIL FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE, POLICY COMMITTEE (July 1996 present) ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON JUVENILE JUSTICE (October May 1996) Named by Governor James Edgar to 29 member Task Force to study issues relating to juvenile justice and make recommendations to Governor and Illinois General Assembly. Final Report of Committee was issued in May Wrote a Dissent to Report which is incorporated in the Report. WITHIN OUR REACH, POLICY ADVISORY BOARD ( ) Within our Reach is a partnership between Mount Sinai Hospital and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago. The project aims to study the causes of youth violence and to see whether providing psychosocial services to children and youths between the ages of 10 and 24 while they are recuperating from violence-related injuries can help stem the tide of violence and positively impact lives of the victims of violence. 3

4 SIGNIFICANT APPELLATE LEGAL CASES FEDERAL CASES J.D.B. v. North Carolina, 131 S. Ct. 2394, 2401 (2011)(co-authored amicus brief on juvenile false confessions that was cited by Court in majority opinion) Roper v. Simmons, No , On Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court of the of Missouri (co-authored amicus brief with Juvenile Law Center and other organizations on behalf of fifty child welfare, juvenile justice, and child advocacy organizations in juvenile death penalty case) Briefs available online at: Yarborough v. Alvarado, No , On Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit) (co-authored amicus brief with the Juvenile Law Center in police interrogation case involving juvenile before the United States Supreme Court) Brief is available online at: Nicole Harris v. Sheryl Thompson, No (7 th Cir. October 8, 2012) (federal habeas decision vacating murder conviction of mother who falsely confessed to strangling her child) U.S. ex rel A.M. v. Butler, 2002 WL (N.D. IIl. June 19, 2002)(federal habeas decision vacating murder conviction of 11 year old boy). Argued and briefed case before United States Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in September Conviction reversed in published opinion A.M. v. Butler, 360 F.3d 787 (7th Cir.(Ill.), Mar 02, 2004) U.S. ex rel. Hardaway v. Young, 162 F.Supp.2d 1005 (N.D.Ill. Sep 13, 2001) (NO. 01 C 3963) Judgment Reversed by Hardaway v. Young, 302 F.3d 657 (7th Cir.(Ill.) 2002)(federal habeas corpus decisions re involuntariness of juvenile confessions) Xiong v. I.N.S., 173 F.3d 601 (7th Cir. 1999)(holding that statutory rape is not a crime of violence or aggravated felony requiring automatic deportation of 18 year old who had consensual sexual intercourse with 15 year old girlfriend) STATE CASES People of the State of New York v. David McCallum (client exonerated after post-conviction proceedings in October 2014 by King s County District Attorney s Office s Conviction Review Unit) Michigan v. Jamie Lee Peterson (client exonerated by DNA evidence in proceedings in Kalkaska County, MI in 2014) People of the State of Illinois v. Terrill Swift, et al. No. to the exoneration of Mr. Swift in January 2012 ) (post conviction proceedings leading 4

5 People of the State of Illinois v. Robert Taylor, et al., No. (post conviction proceedings leading to the exoneration of Mr. Taylor in November 2011) People of the State of Illinois v. Thaddeus Jimenez, No. 93 CR (post conviction proceedings leading to the exoneration of Mr. Jimenez on May 1, 2009 after he served 16 years, 2 months and 27 days in prison for a crime he did not commit). In the Interest of Jerrell J., No , Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme Court (2003)(amicus)(reversal of armed robbery conviction of juvenile defendant and new rule requiring that all custodial interrogations of juveniles must be electronically recorded). Comm. of Mass. v. DiGiambattista, S.J.C. No Supreme Court of Massachusetts (2004)(assisted in preparation of amicus briefs in support of mandatory recording of custodial interrogations) In re: Rubin Weeks v. State of Missouri, Supreme Court of Missouri (2004)(amicus brief filed on behalf of Center on Wrongful Convictions in case raising issue of whether defendants who confessed or pled guilty at trial should be barred from access to post-conviction DNA testing)(case to be argued May 11, 2004) Lionel Tate v. State, 864 So.2d 44, Florida Appellate Court (Fla. App. 4 th Dist. 2003) coauthored two amicus briefs in case of Florida 12 year old sentenced to life without parole for killing six year old playmate. Conviction reversed on appeal and the child was released after pleading to lesser charge. Briefs are available on line at: New Jersey v. Thomahl Cook, No. 53, 778, Supreme Court of New Jersey (2003)(amicus)(leads to creation of Supreme Court Study Committee whose recommendation that all custodial interrogations of suspects be electronically recorded is ultimately adopted by the Supreme Court) People v. Bramlett, Illinois Appellate Court (2003), 793 N.E.2d 638, (1 st Dist. 2003)(reversing first degree murder conviction of fifteen year old who confessed) In re Petition of K.M, Illinois Appellate Court, 653 N.E.2d 888 (1 st Dist. 1995)(granting unmarried same sex cohabitants the right to adopt children under Illinois Adoption Act)(amicus) In re Marriage of Pleasant, Illinois Appellate Court, 628 N.E.2d. 633 (1 st Dist. 1993)(establishing that visitation issues in domestic relations disputes are sexual orientation neutral) In re C.B., Illinois Appellate Court, 618 N.E.2d 598 (1 st Dist. 1993)(reversing trial court for relying on unreliable expert testimony regarding psychological bonding between child and foster mother) In re J.E., Illinois Appellate Court, 668 N.E.2d 1052 (1 st Dist. 1996)(holding that the probable cause determination at a juvenile detention hearing does not suffice to meet probable cause for purposes of a juvenile transfer hearing ) 5

6 People v. Sherard Martin, Illinois Appellate Court, 674 N.E.2d 90 (1 st Dist. 1996)(unsuccessfully raising novel Fifth Amendment arguments re defendant s supposed lack of remorse) PUBLICATIONS Books David Strauss, Barbarous Souls (Afterword by Steven A. Drizin)(Northwestern University Press, 2010) Rob Warden & Steven A. Drizin (eds.), True Stories of False Confessions (Northwestern University Press)(to be published August 2009, Northwestern University Press). Steven A. Drizin & Richard A. Leo, The Problem of False Confessions in the Post-DNA Age (2008)(translated into Japanese and published as a book along with an amicus brief filed by the Center on Wrongful Convictions before the Supreme Court of Japan)(translated by Kazuko Ito)(Japan UNI Agency, Tokyo, 2008). Law Review Articles Leo, R., Neufeld, P., Drizin, S., and Taslitz, A., Promoting Accuracy in the Use of Confession Evidence: An Argument for Pre-Trial Reliability Hearings To Prevent Wrongful Convictions, 85 Temple Univ. Law Review (2013). Drizin, S., The Lee Arthur Hester Case and the Unfinished Business of the United States Supreme Court to Protect Juveniles During Police Interrogations, 6 Northwestern J. Law & Social Policy (Spring 2011). Drizin, S., Remarks at the Dinner Celebrating the Centennial of the Journal of Criminal law and Criminology, January 29, 2009, 100 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology (2010) Drizin, S. & Luloff, G, Are Juvenile Courts Wrongful Conviction Factories?, 34 N.KY. L. REV (2007). Leo, R., Drizin, S., Neufeld, P., Hall, B., and Shavell, A., Bringing Reliability Back In: False Confessions and Legal Safeguards in the Twenty-First Century, 2006 Wis. L. Rev (2006). Drizin, S. and Reich, M., Heeding the Lessons of History: The Need for Mandatory Recording of Police Interrogations to Determine Accurately the Reliability and Voluntariness of Confessions, 52 Drake L. Rev. 619 (Spring 2004)(Symposium Issue with American Judicature Society on Wrongful Convictions). Drizin, S. and Leo, R. The Problem of Police-Induced False Confessions in the Post DNA Age, 82 N.C.L.Rev. 891 (March 2004)(qualitative and quantitative analysis of 125 proven false confessions)(cited by United States Supreme Court in Corley v. United States, 556 U.S. 303 (2009) and J.D.B. v. North Carolina, 131 S.Ct (2011); 6

7 Drizin, S. and Keegan, A. Abolishing the Use of the Felony-Murder Rule When the Defendant is a Teenager, 28 Nova L. Rev. 507 (2004). Tanenhaus, D. and Drizin, S. and Owing to the extreme youth of the accused : The Changing Legal Response to Juvenile Homicide, 92 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology (Spring/Summer 2002). Drizin, S. and Colgan, B. Let the Cameras Roll: Mandatory Videotaping of Interrogations is the Solution to Illinois Problem of False Confessions, 32 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 337 (Winter 2001). Geraghty, T. and Drizin, S. Charting a New Course for Juvenile Justice: Listening to Outsiders, Book Review, 90 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 363 (1999). Geraghty, T. and Drizin, S. SYMPOSIUM ON THE FUTURE OF THE JUVENILE COURT Foreword: The Debate Over the Future of Juvenile Courts: Can We Reach Consensus?, 88 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1-13 (1998). Note, Fifth Amendment--Will the Public Safety Exception Swallow the Miranda Exclusionary Rule?, 75 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 692 (1985). Book Chapters Drizin, S.A., Nirider, L., & Tepfer, J. Juvenile Justice Investigation: Narrative Contamination, Cultural Stereotypes and the Scripting of Juvenile Confessions in Examining Wrongful Convictions, Stepping Back, Moving Forward (edited by Allison Redlich, James Acker, Robert Norris, & Catherine Bonventre (Carolina Academic Press, 2014). Leo, R.A. and Drizin, S.A., The Three Errors: Pathways to False Confessions and Wrongful Convictions, in Interrogation and Confessions: Research, Policy and Practice (edited by G.D. Lassiter and Christian A. Meissner)(American Psychological Association, 2010). Redlich, A. and Drizin, S. Police Interrogation of Youth, in Mental Health Needs of Young Offenders: Forging Paths Toward Reintegration and Rehabilitation (edited by Carol Kessler and Louis Krause, M.D.)(Cambridge University Press, 2007) Drizin, S, and Colgan, B. Tales From The Juvenile Confession Front: A Guide To How Standard Police Interrogation Tactics Can Produce Coerced and False Confessions From Juvenile Suspects, a chapter in Interrogations, Confessions, and Entrapment (edited by G. Daniel Lassiter), a volume in the Perspectives in Law and Psychology Series, edited by Ron Roesch (Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, due out Fall 2004) Arturo s Story, Zero Tolerance: Resisting the Drive for Punishment in Our Schools, (William Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, and Rick Ayers, eds., The New Press, 2001). Psychological Journal Articles 7

8 Kassin, S., Drizin, S., Grisso, T., Thomas Grisso, Gudjonsson, G., Leo, R.A., Redlich, A., Police-Induced Confessions: Risk Factors and Recommendations, 34 Law and Human Behavior 3-38 (2010) (published as a White Paper by the American Psychological Association). Book Reviews Nirider, L., Tepfer, J., and Drizin, S. Combating Contamination in Confessions Cases: A Review of Brandon L. Garrett s Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong, 79 U.Chi.L. Rev (2012) Drizin, S. The Problem of Police Contamination: A Review of Review of Brandon L. Garrett s Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong, Stephanos Bibos s Machinery of Criminal Justice, Dan Simon s In Doubt, and Daniel Medwed s Prosecution Complex, CONCURRING OPINIONS, available online at: Drizin, S., Book Review, Sarah Burns The Central Park Five: A Chronicle of a City Wilding available online at: Position Papers and Policy Briefs Drizin, S., Nawoichyk, J., Nirider, L., Tepfer, J., Reducing Risks: An Executive s Guide to Effective Juvenile Interview and Interrogation (published by International Association of Chiefs of Police and Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 2012) Drizin, S.A. False Confessions: Some Developmental And Forensic Considerations, available on website of Cornell Institute on Research for Children at Dissent to the Report of the Legislative Committee on Juvenile Justice. Position Paper Published by the Children and Family Justice Center (June 1996). Should Cook County Have Separate Specialized Courts for Juvenile Transferred to Adult Court. Position Paper Published by Children and Family Justice Center (July 1995). Newspaper and Magazine Articles, Essays and Op-Eds Tepfer, J., Nirider, L., and Drizin, S., Considering the Possibility of False Confessions by Juvenile Defendants, 50 Court Review 4-11 (2014). 8

9 DNA Might Clear Name, But Authorities Refuse to Try It, The Chicago Sun Times, December 10, End Chicago-style Youth Interrogations, The Chicago Sun Times, July 14, Controls vital when cops question kids, The Arizona Republic, November 26, Drizin, S., Defending a False or Coerced Confession Case: What Do, You Need to Know To Represent Your Clients Effectively?, The Wisconsin Defender, Vol. 12, Issue 1 (Winter 2004), available online at Smart Case Could explain Malvo s role as sniper suspect, Chicago Sun Times, March 30, 2003, at 38A. at B4. Videotape All Police Interrogations, The Providence Journal, March 6, 2003, Commentary, Fighting Police Frame Ups Videotape All Police Interrogations, Providence Journal Herald, March 3, Putting the Tragedy of teen violence in proper context, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, October 6, 2002, at 3J. Good Reason to Tape Suspect s Interrogation, Chicago Sun Times, June 30, 2002, at 36A. Taping Confessions Makes Just Sense, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 12, 2002, Commentary, at 3J. 5. Homage to Remarkable Claude Brown, Chicago Tribune, February 18, 2002, Tempo, at False Confessions: Evidence of Flaws, Chicago Sun Times, December 28, 2001, at 41. Juvenile Interrogation Reform Still Lacking, Chicago Sun Times, Septemebr 4, 2001, at 31. Let's go to the videotape: Why law-enforcement officials should start taping interrogations. Chicago Tribune, Commentary, June 20, 2001, at 17. Coerced Confessions Shine Light on Taping,, Chicago Sun Times, Commentary, February 1, 2001, at 29. Superpredators or Just Naughty?: Let s not give John Ashcroft a Chance to Decide. Chicago Tribune, January 19, 2001, at 19. "Felony Murder Rule Should Not Apply to Children," The Sun-Sentinel (Ft. Lauderdale), Opinion, May 14, 2001 at 19A. "Require Police to Videotape Confessions," The Detroit News, Comment, Sunday April 22, 2001, at 15A. 9

10 Transfer Laws Victimize Fairness by Marc Mauer and Steven A. Drizin, Chicago Sun Times, Commentary, December 27, 2000,at 41. "It's T.V., Not A True Confession, by Steven A. Drizin and Richard A. Leo, Los Angeles Times, Commentary, September 4, 2000, at B15. Reprinted As: "It's T.V., Not A True Confession, by Steven A. Drizin and Richard A. Leo, Orlando Sentinel, Editorial, September 12, 2000, at All. Television Doesn t Do Justice to Real-Life Confessions by Steven A. Drizin and Richard A. Leo, Opinion, San Francisco Chronicle, September 10, End Juvenile Death Penalty, Baltimore Sun, Opinion, August 21, 2000 at 9A. Juvenile Justice System Tilted Against Minority Youths, Lawyers Forum, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, May 12, 2000, at 5. Old Enough to Kill, Old Enough to Die, San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, April 16, 2000, at 1. Tiniest soldiers are casualties of gang war, Commentary, Chicago Sun Times, Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2000, at 29. Death Row for Kids: The U.S. is one of the few nations that executes juvenile offenders, by Stephen K. Harper and Steven A. Drizin, Chicago Tribune, Commentary, February 10, 2000, at 23. Reprinted As: A Nation s Shame: Juveniles on Death Row, by Stephen K. Harper and Steven A. Drizin, Baltimore Sun, Opinion, at 9A. Juveniles Deserve Jury Trials, Chicago Tribune, Commentary, December 22, 1999, at Years of the Children s Court Giving Kids the Chance to Make a Better Choice, by Steven A. Drizin and Vincent Schiraldi, Corrections Today, December 1999, at Quick draw: Where s the justice in this finding of guilt?, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Commentary, Crossroads, Sunday, November 14, 1999, at 31. British Children Tried As Adults Endured Much Cruelty, Injustice, Detroit Free Press, Other Voices, at 15A. The Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 1998: Raining on the Court s 100 th Birthday Party, One City Magazine, Summer/Fall 1999 Issue, at

11 He Told the Unvarnished Truth, by Steven A. Drizin and Steven Lubet, Los Angeles Times, Commentary, September 1, 1999, at B9. Reprinted As: Stevenson Campaign Holds Lesson on the Value of Answering Difficult Questions, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Opinion, September 6, 1999 at 19A. A Presidential Candidate and the Past s Shadow, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, Editorial/Opinions, September 6, 1999, at 7. Political Honesty is best, Idaho Statesman, Editorial, September 4, 1999, at 6B. He Made A Mistake, and Fessed Up, Palm Beach Post, Opinion, September 3, 1999, at 18A. The Juvenile Court at 100, 83 JUDICATURE 8-15 (July-August 1999). Crime, Punishment and Children: Give kids a chance at redemption, by Steven A. Drizin and Vincent Schiraldi, Chicago Tribune, Commentary, August 12, 1999, at 25. Child Offenders Are Still Children, National Law Journal, Podium, August 9, 1999, at A25. It s Totally Senseless to try Port Huron kids as adults, Detroit Free Press, June 14, 1999, Other Voices, at 11A. Race, class, religion, politics, cloud juvenile justice, Chicago Sun Times, May 24, 1999, Commentary, at 31A. Race does matter in juvenile justice system, Chicago Tribune, May 13, 1999, Commentary, at 23. Net of Automatic Transfers Growing Too Wide, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Law Day 1999 Issue, April 24, 1999, at 4, 14. Age 15 is Fine for Armed Conflict, The National Law Journal, Monday, March 22, 1999, Podium, at A 26. A Second Chance: Juvenile Delinquents Who Transformed Themselves and History, Chicago Tribune, March 4, 1999, Commentary, at 15. Wiping Out the Last Vestiges of South s Jim Crow Laws, The Baltimore Sun, November 20, 1998, Opinion, at 27A. Fighting the Disenfranchisement of Future Generations, Chicago Tribune, November 5, 1998, Commentary, at

12 Quelling an Outcry with Meaningless Reforms, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Lawyer s Forum, October 8, 1998, at 6. Mercy not a Political Character Flaw, Chicago Sun Times, Sunday, September 13, 1998, Commentary, at 37A. In the Maelstrom: Children as Murder Suspects, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Lawyers Forum, August 28, 1998, at When Little Tykes Give Full Confessions, Chicago Tribune, August 26, 1998, Commentary, at 19. Small Soldiers Worldwide Learn That War Is Very Real, Chicago Sun Times, July 15, 1998, Commentary, at 37. at 6. Anti-Loitering Laws Don t Prevent Shootings, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, July 8, 1998, Interrogation Law Puts Youths at Risk, Chicago Sun Times, May 7, 1998, Commentary/Letters to the Editor, at 34. Should We Demand Juveniles To Cry Us A River?, Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1998, Commentary, at 15. Demonizing Teens is Not an Appropriate Campaign Tactic, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, March 10, 1998, Letter to the Editor, at 2. Expulsion is Drastic, Chicago Sun Times, March 24, 1997, Letter to the Editor. Public Schools Need to Take A Closer Look at Expulsion Policy, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, March 12, 1997, Letter to the Editor, at 2. Out of the Hands of Babes, by Bernardine Dohrn and Steven Drizin, Chicago Tribune, Commentary, December 27, 1996, at 27. Drizin, S. and Miller, L. Disabilities and Delinquency: A Parent's Guide to the Juvenile Justice System, ATTENTION! (The Magazine of Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders) (Winter 1996). Funding and Training of Youth Officers is a Necessity to Prevent Juvenile Crime, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, August 16, 1996, Letter to the Editor, at 2. Lubin Slam Rapped, by Steven A. Drizin and Maria Woltjen, Chicago Sun Times, December 18, 1994, Sunday Commentary/Letters, at 50. Juvenile Detention Center a Costly Error, Chicago Sun Times, December 15, 1994, Letters/Commentary, at

13 Attack on Root Causes Needed to Halt Bloodshed Among Juveniles, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, October 20, 1994, Letter to the Editor, at 2. HUFFINGTON POST BLOGS/ BLUHM BLOGS From May 2006 through November 2011, Professor Drizin blogged about false confessionrelated subjects on the Northwestern University School of Law s Bluhm Legal Clinic Blog ( Bluhm Blog ), available at More recently, Mr. Drizin has been blogging on Huffington Post about confessions, interrogations and juvenile justice matters. GOVERNMENT FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS S, Drizin, P. Puritz, D. Reed, W. Shang and M. Woltjen, Juvenile Access to Counsel Initiative, Cook County: Report on Access to Counsel for Juveniles and Quality of Counsel for Juveniles in Cook County, Contract No. P , submitted December 30, 1998 to the Illinois Department of Human Services. OTHER FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS SECOND CHANCES: 100 YEARS OF THE CHILDREN S COURT: GIVING KIDS A CHANCE TO MAKE A BETTER CHOICE, a Joint Project of the Justice Policy Institute and the Children and Family Justice Center of the Northwestern University School of Law s Legal Clinic. Funded by a grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, this book profiles the lives of 25 juvenile court graduates who went on to turn their lives around and become productive citizens. Included among the 25 graduates are former Senator Alan Simpson, Claude Brown, author of Manchild in the Promised Land, Bob Beamon, Olympic record holder in the long jump and other young men and women with equally inspiring stories of success. The book can be viewed in its entirety and downloaded free of charge at the following web address: PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS National Forensic College, Co-Chair of False Confession Day (with Deja Vishny), at Cardozo Law School (June 2014, NYC, NY). National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers: Unsmelling the Skunk: False Confessions and the Fight to Change the Narrative (with Laura Nirider)(April, 2014, Portland, Ore.) Washington & Lee Law School s National Symposium on False Confessions Police Interrogations, False Confessions, and the Robert Davis Case (January 2014 Lexington, VA) 13

14 AIDWYC s 20 th Anniversary (Association in Defense of the Wrongly Convicted): Back to the Future: 20 Years of Innocence Work, Mea Culpa: False Confessions (Nov. 23, 2013, Toronto, Canada) Santa Clara University School of Law, Northern California Innocence Project s Speaker s Series on Wrongful Convictions, Common Pathways to False Confessions (Oct. 2, 2013, Santa Clara, Ca.) National Criminal Defense Forum on Forensic Mental Health and the Law, Pathways to False Confessions for the Mentally Impaired Client, (September 20, 2013, Denver, CO.) Suffolk University Law School, Analyzing False Confessions and Their Impact on Juveniles, Keynote Speaker (April 10, 2013, Boston, MA) Ann Arbor Film Festival, Panelist with Ken Burns, Raymond Santana following showing of The Central Park Five (March 23, 2013, Ann Arbor, MI) Temple University, Symposium on False Confessions, Combatting Contamination in Confession Cases (November 9, 2012, Philadelphia, Pa.) Tennessee Public Defender s Conference, The Three Errors: Pathways to False Confessions and Wrongful Convictions (October 18, 2012, Kingsport, TN) Indiana Public Defender s Conference, Portraying Your Client As A Child: Litigating Interrogations and Confessions (October 12, 2012, Indianapolis, IN) Loyola Law School Los Angeles, Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: Systemic Causes, Systemic Solutions (April 27, 2012, Los Angeles, CA.) Innocence Network Conference, Bringing Reliability Back in to the Pre-Trial Confession Analysis (March 30, 2012, Kansas City, MO) Washington University School of Law, Evolving Standards in Juvenile Justice: From Gault to Graham and Beyond (March 23, 2012, St. Louis, MO) Cardozo Law School, Symposium, Stealing Innocence: Juvenile Legal Issues and the Innocence Project, Panelist on Juvenile False Confessions (January 24, 2012, New York) Conference of Empirical Legal Studies, Keynote Speaker, The Use of Social Science to both Exonerate and Advance Reform: State v. Henderson and Other Successes (November 4, 2011, Chicago, IL.) University of Miami Innocence Project, Presentation on False Confessions (Coral Gables, FL., October 28, 2011) Joseph E. Loundy Human Rights Project, Roosevelt University, Wrongful Convictions Speaker Series: The Three Errors: Pathways to False Confessions and Wrongful Convictions (September 21, 2011, Chicago, IL) 14

15 National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), The Problem of False Confessions in the Post-DNA Age presentation to trial court judges (St. John, Newfoundland)(October 27, 2010). Cook County Public Defender s Training, Nutshell IV, The Three Errors: Pathways to False Confessions and Wrongful Convictions (September 2, 2010, Oakbrook, IL.) Illinois Juvenile Defender Symposium, Anatomy of a Confession (June 4, 2010, Chicago, IL). Roundtable on Police Interrogations of Youth, Anatomy of a Juvenile False Confession, Illinois Juvenile Defender Symposium, (June 4, 2010, Chicago, IL.) Innocence Network Conference, Presentation on Pathways to False Confessions, (Atlanta, Ga. April 18, 2010) Rutgers Law Review Symposium, Presentation on Juvenile False Confessions, (Newark, NJ, April 11, 2010) Innocence Network Conference, Presentation on Pathways to False Confessions, (Atlanta, Ga. April 18, 2010) Rutgers Law Review Symposium, Presentation on Juvenile False Confessions, (Newark, NJ, April 11, 2010) Arkansas Public Defender Commission, Conference on Juvenile Defense, Defending a False Confession Case (Little Rock, Arkansas, December 11, 2009) Ontario Court of Justice, East Regional Seminar, National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), The Problem of False and Coerced Confessions, presentation to trial court judges (Kingston, Ontario, October 6, 2009). Cook County Public Defender s Office, Attacking the Statement Case in the Age of False Confessions (Oak Brook, IL. September 9, 2009) National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Defending Difficult Cases: False Confessions and Women & Children as Witnesses: Pre-Trial Motion Practice in False Confession Cases (Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 22-25, 2009) National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), Frailties in the Criminal Justice Process, presentation to trial and appellate court judges (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, March 3-6, 2009). Lectures on False Confessions sponsored by the Japanese Federated Bar Association, Tokyo Bar Association, Osaka Bar Association, and at Ryokuku University (December 2009, Japan). National Juvenile Justice Network, Juvenile False Confessions, Advocacy Opportunities in an Age of Wrongful Convictions (Chicago, IL. June 26, 2008). 15

16 Defending Illinois Death Penalty Cases in 2007, Presentation on False Confessions (Chicago, IL. March 4, 2008). National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), Frailties in the Criminal Justice Process, presentation to trial and appellate court justices from all provinces of Canada (St. John s, Newfoundland, Canada, Nov. 1, 2007). National Juvenile Defender Summit, Paint By Numbers: Colorable Constitutional Claims Under the 4 th, 5 th, 6 th, and 8 th Amendments (Portland, OR. October 20, 2007) Wisconsin State Public Defender s 2007 Annual Criminal Defense Conference, Forty Years After Gault: Advocating For Children and Young Adults in Juvenile and Adult Courts, Why Juveniles Are More Vulnerable to Police Interrogation Tactics (Milwauke, WI. October 11, 2007) Interrogations and Confessions: A Conference Exploring Current Research, Practice & Policy, Police Interrogation of Children and Teenagers in the post-dna and post-roper v. Simmons ages (El Paso, TX. September 26-29, 2007). OACDL Juvenile Law Seminar: Defending Juvenile False and Coerced Confession Cases (Columbus, OH. Sept. 20, 2007) Presentation of False and Coerced Confessions to New Orleans Parish Public Defenders New Orleans, LA. May 4, 2007) Juvenile Defender Training in Arkansas, The Problem of Juvenile False Confessions in the Post-DNA Age, (Little Rock, AR, April 20, 2007) Defending Illinois Death Penalty Cases in 2007, Presentation on False Confessions (Chicago, IL. March 20, 2007). Forensic Seminar at DePaul University School of Law, The Problem of False Confessions in the Post-DNA Age (Chicago, IL. February 16, 2007). The California Public Defender s Association Presents: 11 th Annual Felony Defense Practice Seminar, Police Interrogations, False Confessions, Coerced Confessions & Wrongful Convictions (Yosemite, Ca. November 2006) 2006 Juvenile & Forensic Science Conference, The Science of False Confessions, Emory Univ. School of Law (Atlanta, Ga. Nov. 8, 2006) Symposium of Salmon P. Chase College of Law and Children s Law Center of Northern Kentucky, Re-envisioning the Role of the Juvenile Court in the 21 st Century, Are Juvenile Courts Breeding Grounds for Wrongful Convictions: Using the Lessons of the Innocence Movement to Improve the Juvenile Court (Covington, Ky., Sept , 2006). 16

17 MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Adolescent Development & Juvenile Justice Network Conference, Presentation on Juvenile False Confessions (Washington, D.C., Sept , 2006) Montana Public Defender s Orientation Conference, Presentation of Defending Confession Cases in the Age of False Confessions (Bozeman, Mont., July 14, 2006) Rhode Island Public Defender s Training, Presentation on Defending Confession Cases in the Age of False Confessions (Providence, R.I., June 28, 2006) Kentucky Bar Association, Annual Convention, Presentation of False Confessions in the Post-DNA Age (Covington, Ky., June 16, 2006) Maine Juvenile Defender s Training, Defending Juvenile Clients in False and Coerced Confession Cases (Portland, Me, April 28, 2006) Mississippi Public Defenders Association, Spring Conference, Why Would My Client Give A False Confession, (Robinsonville, MS, April 20, 2006) National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), Appellate Courts Seminar, Frailties in the Criminal Justice Process, presentation to appellate court justices from all provinces of Canada (Montreal, Canada, April 10, 2006) Wisconsin Criminal Justice Study Commission, False Confessions and Police Interviewing (Milwaukee, WI, February 23, 2006) Wisconsin Law Review Symposium, Preventing Wrongful Convictions: Reexamining Fundamental Principles of Criminal Law to Protect the Innocent, presentation on legal changes needed to ensure reliability of confessions and safeguard against wrongful convictions (with Richard Leo)(Madison, WI., November 19, 2005) National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), Frailties in the Criminal Justice System: The Judge s Role, presentation to Saskatchewan judges on the psychology of police interrogations and confessions (Regina, Saskatoon, November 9, 2005) Open Society Institute, Presentation to Board and Staff on Using Research on Juvenile Brain Development to Advocate for Enlightened Juvenile Justice Policies (New York City, N.Y., November 4, 2005) National Juvenile Defender Summit, Panel Participant on Life After Roper v. Simmons: Challenges and Opportunities for Advocacy (Los Angeles, CA. October 24, 2005) Montana Statewide Juvenile Justice Conference, Kids Are Different, Juvenile Justice Issues in Montana, presentations on juvenile confessions (Big Sky, Montana, September 27, 2005) National Judicial Institute (Institut National de la Magistrature), Frailties in the Criminal Justice System: The Judge s Role, presentation to Canadian judges on the psychology of police interrogations and false confessions (Prince Edward Island, Canada, September 21, 2005) 17

18 ABA Annual Meeting, The Challenge of False and Coerced Confessions of Juveniles (Chicago, IL. August 7, 2005) The Jefferson Inn, an American Inn of Court, False Confessions, presentation to judges, prosecutors, defenders, and private criminal and civil attorneys of Lake County, IL. (Highland Park, IL, June 27, 2005) Midwest Juvenile Defender Center Leadership Summit, Life after Roper v. Simmons (Madison, WI, May 19, 2005) Eyewitness Identification Best Practices, Effective Law Enforcement Intervention, sponsored by the Office of the Wisconsin Attorney General (Appleton, WI, April 28, 2005) 2005 National Innocence Network Conference, Practical Tips on Litigating Eyewitness Identification and Confession Cases (Washington, D.C., April 2, 2005) 8 th Annual National Alliance Conference, Juvenile Justice: Youth and Disabilities, What Parents Need to Know When a Child with a Disability Has Been Arrested (Washington, D.C., February 2, 2005) National Juvenile Defender Summit, Plenary Speaker: Challenging False and Coerced Confessions; Workshop Speaker: Using Research and Psychology to Litigate a False Confession Case (Nashville, TN, October 22-24, 2004) Minnesota Criminal Justice Institute, The Problem Of False Confessions in the Post-DNA Age (Minneapolis, MN, August 24, 2004) Wyoming Juvenile Justice Conference, Police Interrogations and False and Coerced Confessions of Juveniles, (Sheridan, Wyoming, June 17-18, 2004) Office of the Maryland Public Defender, Spring Conference 2004, Police Interrogations and False and Coerced Confessions (Ocean City, Md. May 21, 2004) Ohio Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, False and Coerced Confessions, (Dayton, Ohio, April 30, 2004) Los Angeles County Public Defender s Office, 22d Annual Juvenile Delinquency Law Conference, Defending a False or Coerced Juvenile Confession Case, (El Segundo, CA, April 23, 2004) Cornell University Department of Human Development, College of Human Ecology, Cornell Law School, American Studies Program, Death Penalty Project, Department of Government, Family Life Development Center and Cornell Institute for Research on Children: Rethinking the Criminalization of Youth : Presentation on Juvenile Interrogations and Confessions (November 7, 2003, Ithaca, N.Y.) American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Center, Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, 18

19 Assessing Knowing and Voluntary Waivers of Miranda Rights and Juvenile False Confessions; Strategies to End Life without Parole Sentences for Juveniles; and a United States Supreme Court Wrap-Up. (Baltimore, Md. October 25-26, 2003) Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys Annual Conference, Can t Trust The Message, Presentation on False Confessions (June 19, 2003, Madison, WI) Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Exploding the Myth of False Confessions: Lessons from the Central Park Jogger Case (presented with Professor Richard A. Leo, June 2003, Pittsburgh, Pa.) Salmon P. Chase College of Law s Wrongful Convictions Symposium, The Problem of False Confessions, (to be presented in Cincinnati, OH, February 22, 2003) American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 55 th Annual Meeting, Police Induced False Confession in the Post-DNA Age (Chicago, IL. February 20, 2003). Family Resource Center on Disabilities, What Parents Need to Know About Protecting Children from Police Interrogations (Chicago, IL., January 18, 2003). The American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, The Consequences of False Confessions Revisited in the DNA Age, (with Professor Richard Leo) (Chicago, IL. November 14, 2002). Midwest Regional Defender Center s Conference, 2002 Leadership Summit, Kids Are Different, Individual and Systemic Methods for Attacking Confessions (Chicago, IL. July 25-26, 2002). Midwest Regional Defender Center s Conference, Juvenile Justice on Appeal, Training of Illinois State Appellate Defenders, Coerced and False Confessions, What You Need to Know in Order to Protect Your Client (Chicago, IL., July 18, 2002) Maine Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys Annual Conference, False Confessions, Adult and Juvenile Defense, (Portland, Maine June 7, 2002) Urban Health Initiative, How the Media Influences Systems Change (Chicago, IL. June 3, 2002) American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Center, Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, The Chicago Experience: Using the Principles of Adolescent Development and Research to Impact Policies and Practices Regarding Questioning Children. (Miami, Fla, October 26, 2001) American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Center, Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, Strategies to End the Juvenile Death Penalty. (Miami, Fla. October 26, 2001) Twelfth Annual Public Defender Seminar, Iowa Public Defender's Association, Interrogations and Confessions of Juveniles. (Sioux City, Iowa, June 20, 2001) 19

20 The Illinois Public Defender Association Spring Seminar, False Confessions and Problematic Interrogations (Protecting Children and Preserving the Truth). (Urbana, IL, May 18-19, 2001) American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Center, Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, Child Suggestibility: Implications for Confessions, Interrogations and Interviews. (Houston, TX, October 27-29, 2000) American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Center, Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, Strategies to Eliminate the Juvenile Death Penalty. (Houston, TX, October 27-29, 2000) Indigent Defense 2000, Redefining Leadership for Equal Justice, Moderator of Plenary Session: Fulfilling the Promise of Gault Better Outcomes for Children and of Workshop: Police Interrogations, False Confessions, and the Impact on Children and the Court. (Washington, D.C. June 29-30, 2000) Juvenile Court Centennial Initiative, Second Chances, Giving Kids a Chance to Make a Better Choice, Panel Discussion with former juvenile offenders at maximum-security juvenile correctional facility. (Gainesville State School, Gainesville, Texas, May 1, 2000) League of Women Voters of Chicago, Justice for Whom: Juvenile Justice in the Wake of the Reform Act of 1998, (Chicago, IL, April 8, 2000) Health and Medicine Policy Research Group, Emerging Issues in Correctional Health, Presenter on Who Are The Patients And What Are Their Needs?: the Mental Health Needs of Youth in the Juvenile Justice System, (Chicago, IL, March 13, 2000) Commission on the Prevention of Youth Violence, Presenter on Priority Agendas to Address Youth Violence (Chicago, IL, March 8, 2000) University of Michigan Law School s Criminal Law Society, Juvenile Justice Symposium, Presenter on Police Interviewing Techniques (Ann Arbor, MI, January 28, 2000) Amnesty International s Hearings on Police Brutality, Presenter on False Confessions and Children (Chicago, IL, October 21, 1999) American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, AACAP Annual Meeting Symposium, Juvenile Justice: Who, Where, and What Next?, Panelist (Chicago, IL, October 20, 1999) American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Center, Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit, The Impact of High-Powered Police Interrogations on Children, Co-Panelist with Richard Ofshe (Washington, D.C., October 16, 1999) American Bar Association s National Convention, Taking the Juvenile Court into the Next Century: New Innovations, Programs and Solutions, A Presidential Showcase Program, Panelist, (Atlanta, August 8, 1999) 20

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