Among the more important decisions a law teacher makes when preparing a new course is what materials to assign. Criminal procedure teachers are spoiled for choice, with legal publishers offering several options written by teams of renowned scholars. This Article considers how a teacher might choose from the myriad options available and suggests two potentially overlooked criteria: weight and price.
Ben Trachtenberg, Choosing A Criminal Procedure Casebook: On Lesser Evils and Free Books, 60 St. Louis U. L.J. 543 (2016)