John Junker

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Emeritus Professor of Law

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Representative Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals & Law Reviews

John M. Junker, Guidelines Sentencing: The Washington Experience, 25 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 715-53 (1992).

John M. Junker, The Structure of the Fourth Amendment: The Scope of the Protection, 79 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1105-84 (1989).

John M. Junker, Criminal Law and Criminogenesis, 19 UCLA L. Rev. 697-714 (1972).

John M. Junker, The Death Penalty Cases: A Preliminary Comment, 48 Wash. L. Rev. 95-109 (1972).

John M. Junker, The Right to Counsel in Misdemeanor Cases, 43 Wash. L. Rev. 685-734 (1968).

John Junker, Comment, Multiple Offenses and Multiple Penalties under the Federal Narcotics Law, 28 U. Chi. L. Rev. 308-16 (1961).

John Junker, Comment, Probationer's Right to Appeal; Appellant's Right to Probation, 28 U. Chi. L. Rev. 751-61 (1961).

Professional Publications

John Junker, Proposed Standards Relating to Crime and Sanctions, Juvenile Justice Standards Project, Institute for Judicial Administration - American Bar Association.

John Junker, "U.S. Supreme Court Declines Ruling on Exclusionary Rule," Seattle-King County Bar Bulletin pp. 10-12 (Oct. 1983).

John Junker, Police Interrogation -- Beyond Escabedo, Law Alumnus Magazine (Spring 1966).

Book Reviews

John M. Junker, Discretionary Justice: A Preliminary Inquiry, 44 Wash. L. Rev. 717-24 (1969) (book review).

John M. Junker, Gideon's Trumpet, 2 San Diego L. Rev. 182-87 (1965) (book review).

Reports

Standards Relating to Juvenile Delinquency and Sanctions (John M. Junker reporter, American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Standards Project 1980). 49 pages.

Standards Relating to Juvenile Delinquency and Sanctions: Tentative Draft (John M. Junker reporter, American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Standards Project 1977). 51 pages.

Donald S. Chisum, John M. Junker & Frank Smith, Comparative Analysis of American Bar Association Standards for Criminal Justice with Washington Law, Rules, and Legal Practice (Washington State Judicial Council 1972). 516 pages.

John M. Junker & Ronald L. Akers, Crime, Law and Correction: Assessment and Recommendations, a Report to the Washington Judicial Council (University of Washington 1969). 51 pages.

John M. Junker & Luvern V. Rieke, Evaluation of Legal Services for the Poor (University of Washington, Social Change Evaluation Project 1968). 149 pages.

John M. Junker, Report on the Need for Publicly Provided Counsel in King County (University of Washington School of Law 1965). 1 vol.

Newspapers

John Junker, "Nixon's Appointments to Court Threaten Rights of Defendants," Civil Liberties 4 (Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1969) (Newspaper).

Others

John Junker, Ed., Revised Washington Criminal Code [Washington State] Legislative Council, Judiciary Committee (1970).

John Junker, Poverty and the Administration of Criminal Justice (Mimeo, 76 pp.) (1968).

John Junker, The Uses and Value of Evidence Derived from Police Interrogation; An Empirical Study (1966).

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