Scholarly Works

The following is a list of scholarly works that examine the presumption of innocence from diverse legal perspectives. These materials were located through Google Scholar using the search term “presumption of innocence,” or were cited within various law review articles that address the presumption of innocence.

  1. Alexander, L. & Ferzan, K.K. Danger: The ethics of preemptive action. Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, 9, 637–667, 2012. Link
  2. Ashworth, A. Four threats to the presumption of innocence, South African Law Journal, 123, 63–97, 2006. Link
  3. Ashworth, A. & Zedner, L. Prevention and criminalization: Justification and limits, New Criminal Law Review, 15, 542–571, 2012.
  4. Baughman, Shima Baradaran, Restoring the Presumption of Innocence. Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 72, No. 4, 2011. Link
  5. Bowers, J. Punishing the Innocent. University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 156, 1117-1179, 2008.
  6. Campbell, L. Criminal labels, the European Convention on Human Rights and the presumption of innocence. Modern Law Review, 74, 681–707, 2013.
  7. Clark, S.J. The Juror, the Citizen, and the Human Being: Presumption of Innocence and the Burden of Judgement, Criminal Law and Philosophy, Volume 8: 421, 2013.
  8. Davies, Jan. Rape: The presumption of guilt. Quadrant, Vol. 60, No. 11, 47-49, Nov. 2016. Link
  9. de Jong, Ferry and van Lent, Leonie, The Presumption of Innocence as a Counterfactual Principle. Utrecht Law Review, Vol. 12, No. 1, p. 32-49, Jan. 2016. Link
  10. Duff, R.A. Presuming innocence. In Roberts, J. & Zedner, L. (Eds.) Principles and values in criminal law and criminal justice: Essays in honour of Andrew Ashworth. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
  11. Duff, R.A. Pre-trial detention and the presumption of innocence. In Ashworth, A.J. et al. (Eds.) Preventive justice. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
  12. Ferzan, K.K. Beyond crime and commitment: Justifying liberty deprivations of the dangerous and responsible, Minnesota Law Review, 9, 141–193, 2011. Link
  13. Friedman, R.D. A presumption of innocence, not of even odds, Stanford Law Review, 52, 873–888, 2000. Link
  14. Garrett, B. The Myth of the Presumption of Innocence, Texas Law Review, Vol. 94, No. 178, 2016. Link
  15. Husak, D. Social engineering as an infringement of the presumption of innocence: The case of corporate criminality, Criminal Law and Philosophy, June 2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp 353–369, 2013. Link
  16. Kitai, R. Presuming innocence, Oklahoma Law Review, 55, 257–296, 2002. Link
  17. Kitai-Sangero, R. The limits of preventive detention, McGeorge Law Review, 40, 903–934, 2009. Link
  18. Leipold, A.D. The problem of the innocent, acquitted defendant. Northwestern University Law Review, 94, 1297–1356, 2000. Link
  19. Lippke, R.L. The prosecutor and the presumption of innocence, Criminal Law and Philosophy, June 2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp 337-352, 2013. Link
  20. Pennington, K. Innocent Until Proven Guilty: The Origins of a Legal Maxim. 63 Jurist: Stud.Church L. & Ministry 106, 2003. Link
  21. Roberts, P. Strict liability and the presumption of innocence: an expose of functionalist assumptions. In Simester, A.P. (Ed.), Appraising strict liability. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. Link
  22. Stuckenberg, C.-F. Who is presumed innocent of what by whom? Criminal Law and Philosophy. June 2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp 301–316, 2013. Link
  23. Stumer, A. The presumption of innocence: Evidential and human rights perspectives. Oxford and Portland: Hart, 2010. Link
  24. Tadros, V. Rethinking the presumption of innocence. Criminal Law and Philosophy, 1,193–213, 2007. Link
  25. Tadros V. & Tierney, S. The presumption of innocence and the human rights act, Modern Law Review, 67, 402–434, 2004. Link
  26. Tomlin, P. Extending the golden thread? Criminalisation and the presumption of innocence. Journal of Political Philosophy, 21, 44–46, 2012.