Michele LaVigne

University of Wisconsin Law School

Clinical Professor

975 Bascom Mall

Madison, WI 53706

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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'He Got in My Face so I Shot Him': How Defendants' Language Impairments Impair Attorney-Client Relationships

17 CUNY Law Review 69 (2014), Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1228
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 22 Aug 2013 Last Revised: 26 Aug 2014
Michele LaVigne and Gregory Van Rybroek
University of Wisconsin Law School and Mendota Mental Health Institute
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communication, attorney-client relationship, effective assistance of counsel, ability to assist counsel, competency to stand trial, due process, guilty pleas, narrative ability

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Breakdown in the Language Zone: The Prevalence of Language Impairments among Juvenile and Adult Offenders and Why it Matters

US Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy, Forthcoming, University of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1127
Number of pages: 89 Posted: 24 Aug 2010 Last Revised: 12 Apr 2011
Michele LaVigne and Gregory Van Rybroek
University of Wisconsin Law School and Mendota Mental Health Institute
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Language, Behavior, Juvenile Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Law & Procedure

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Under the Hood: Brendan Dassey, Language Impairments, and Judicial Ignorance

82 Alb.L.Rev. ____ (2019) (in annual Miscarriages of Justice issue, Forthcoming), Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1473
Number of pages: 76 Posted: 03 May 2019 Last Revised: 10 May 2019
Michele LaVigne and Sally Miles
University of Wisconsin Law School and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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interrogation, confession, voluntariness, false confessions, coercion, Miranda warnings, juveniles, language impairments, intellectual disability, developmental disability, cognitive deficits, special education, Reid Technique, interviewing (best practices), communication, speech-language pathology

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An Interpreter Isn't Enough: Deafness, Language, and Due Process

Wisconsin Law Review, No. 844, 2003, Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper
Number of pages: 95 Posted: 22 Jan 2011
Michele LaVigne and McCay Vernon
University of Wisconsin Law School and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Deafness, language, interpreting, due process, criminal law