Robert Weisberg

Robert Weisberg

Robert Weisberg

  • Edwin E. Huddleson, Jr. Professor of Law
  • Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Criminal Justice Center
  • Room N221, Neukom Building


  • Access to Justice
  • Constitutional Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Law (all areas)
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal Prosecution
  • Criminology/Criminal Law Policymaking
  • Internet & Cyberlaw
  • Plea Bargaining & Juries
  • Policing & Gun Policy
  • Privacy Law
  • Prosecutorial Ethics
  • Protection of Civil Liberties
  • Punishment & Death Penalty
  • Race & the Criminal Justice System
  • Sentencing & Corrections
  • White Collar Crime
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Policy Practicum: Rethinking Penal Code Enhancements in California

The Stanford Criminal Justice Center was approached by the Chief Justice of California to advise the judiciary, and indirectly the Legislature, on potential revisions to the California Penal Code. The California prison system remains under federal court control for unconstitutional overcrowding, and the federal court is loath to terminate the injunction without some reassurance of reforms that might prevent the overcrowding from recurring.

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