Resources Using PPP Research

Carissa Byrne Hessick & Michael Morse, Picking Prosecutors, 105 Iowa Law Review 1537 (2020)

Additional Resources

Darryl K. Brown, Free Market Criminal Justice: How Democracy and Laissez Faire Undermine the Rule of Law (Oxford Univ. Press 2016)

Michael J. Ellis, The Origins of the Elected Prosecutor, 121 Yale Law Journal 1528 (2012)

Russell M. Gold, Promoting Democracy in Prosecution, 86 Washington Law Review 69 (2011)

Janet C. Hoeffel, & Stephen I. Singer, Elections, Power, and Local Control: Reining in Chief Prosecutors and Sheriffs, 15 Univ. Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion Gender & Class 319 (2015)

David Alan Sklansky, The Changing Political Landscape for Elected Prosecutors, 14 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 647 (2017)

Prosecutors and Politics: A Comparative Perspective (U. Chicago Press, Micahel Tonry, ed. 2012)

Ronald F. Wright, Beyond Prosecutor Elections, 67 SMU Law Review 593 (2014)

Ronald F. Wright, How Prosecutor Elections Fail Us, 6 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 581 (2009)