Jacqueline E. Ross

University of Illinois College of Law

Professor of Law

504 E. Pennsylvania Avenue

Champaign, IL 61820

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (10)

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The Place of Covert Surveillance in Democratic Societies: A Comparative Study of the United States and Germany

American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 55, 2007, pp. 493-579
Number of pages: 88 Posted: 14 Jun 2006 Last Revised: 17 Jul 2008
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law
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Impediments to Transnational Cooperation in Undercover Policing: A Comparative Study of the United States and Italy

American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 569-624, 2004
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 19 Jan 2006
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law
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policing, comparative, criminal justice, criminal procedure, organized crime, italy, harmonization, globalization

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Valuing Inside Knowledge: Police Infiltration as a Problem for the Law of Evidence

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 15 Dec 2004
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law
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evidence; criminal procedure; policing; undercover policing; criminal law

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Alternative Systems of Crime Control. National, Transnational, and International Dimensions

U. Sieber/V. Mitsilegas/C. Mylonopoulos/E. Billis/N. Knust (eds.): Alternative Systems of Crime Control. National, Transnational, and International Dimensions. Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 2018, 360 p. (ISBN 978-3-86113-786-3 (Max-Planck-Institut), ISBN 978-3-428-15560-6 (Duncker & Humblot)).
Posted: 15 Nov 2018 Last Revised: 16 Oct 2020
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law (formerly Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law), Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Queen Mary University of London, School of Law, Independent, Independent, University Complutense of Madrid, Utrecht University - Faculty of Law, Independent, University of Illinois College of Law, Saint Louis University - School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, Utrecht University - School of Law, Independent, Independent, Humboldt University of Berlin, Independent and University of Cambridge

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Undercover Policing and the Shifting Terms of Scholarly Debate: The United States and Europe in Counterpoint

Annual Review of Law & Social Science, Vol. 4, December 2008
Posted: 27 Dec 2008
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law

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criminal procedure, entrapment, covert operation, privacy, deception

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Do Rules of Evidence Apply (Only) in the Courtroom? Deceptive Interrogation in the United States and Germany

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 28, Issue 3, pp. 443-474, 2008
Posted: 01 Sep 2008
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law

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Tradeoffs in Undercover Investigations: A Comparative Perspective

Posted: 13 Dec 2002
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law

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criminal law, criminal procedure, comparative, undercover policing, terrorism, covert investigations, police methods

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Damned Under Many Headings: The Problem of Multiple Punishment

American Journal of Criminal Law, Vol. 29, No. 2, Spring 2002
Posted: 08 Oct 2002
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law

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double jeopardy, multiple punishment, sentencing, criminal law, criminal procedure, comparative law, German law

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What Makes Sentencing Facts Controversial? Four Problems Obscured by One Solution

Posted: 05 Oct 2002
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law

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criminal law, criminal procedure, sentencing, Apprendi, due process

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Unanticipated Consquences of Turning Sentencing Factors into Offense Elements: The Apprendi Debate

Posted: 03 Nov 2000
Jacqueline E. Ross
University of Illinois College of Law

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criminal law, sentencing, apprendi