Professor Witmer-Rich Publishes Article in the Drake Law Review

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich has published Reforming the High-Stakes Gamble of Covert Government Seizures, 69 Drake L. Rev. 401 (2021). The article discusses the dangers created by covert government seizures, and suggests reforms to the practice.

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2 Responses to Professor Witmer-Rich Publishes Article in the Drake Law Review

  1. Doron M Kalir says:

    Bravo Jonathan for a placement in a flagship publication while serving as Associate Dean (and during a pandemic, to boost). Quite astonishing!

    Doron

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  2. David F Forte says:

    Dear Jonathan,

    I very much enjoyed your article, particularly as it is typical of you: cogent, straight forward, a flowing prose, and a superbly organized argument. I found your articulation of the danger and law enforcement’s rationale persuasive and fair. Your solution seems eminently reasonable and practical. Congratulations on doing this article during your spare time between 2:00 and 4:00am.

    David ________________________________

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