Daniel B. Yeager
Professor of Law
LL.M. University of Illinois
J.D. University of Florida
[cum laude, Order of the Coif, Phi Kappa Phi]
A.B. Kenyon College [high honors, English]
: Criminal Law, Remedies, Criminal Law Theory: Selected Topics,
Criminal Procedure I
While attending the University of Florida College of Law, Professor Yeager was editor-in chief-of the Florida Law Review. After graduation, he served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Gilbert S. Merritt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. From there, he studied at the University of Illinois College of Law, where he also taught Legal Research and Writing and Appellate Advocacy.
Yeager has been a visiting professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, and the University of Florida College of Law. He is admitted to the California Bar.
- Cop Killers, ___CRIM. L. BULL.___ (forthcoming 2012)
- J.L. Austin and the Law: Exculpation and the Explication of Responsibility (Bucknell University Press, 2006).
- "Overcoming Hiddenness: The Role of Intentions in Fourth Amendment Analysis," 74 Mississippi Law Journal 553 (2004).
- "The Stubbornness of Pretexts," 40 San Diego Law Review 611 (2003), reprinted in 31 Search & Seizure Law Reporter 25 (2003).
- "Kahan on Mistakes," 96 Michigan Law Review 2113 (1998).
- "From the 'Gatehouse' to the 'Mansion': Throwing Out Evidence in Criminal Cases," 34 Criminal Law Bulletin 118 (1998).
- "Dangerous Games and the Criminal Law," 16 Criminal Justice Ethics 3 (Winter-Spring 1997).
- "Does Privacy Really Have a Problem in the Law of Criminal Procedure?" 49 RUTGERS LAW REVIEW 1283 (1997)
- "Helping, Doing, and the Grammar of Complicity," 15 CRIM. JUST. ETHICS 3 (1996)
- "Searches, Seizures, and Confessions," 23 FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1043 (1996)
- Marlowe's Faustus: Contract as Metaphor?, 2 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ROUNDTABLE 599 (1995);
- "Individualized and Categorical Rights-Ordering on Federal Habeas Corpus, 51 WASHINGTON & LEE LAW REVIEW 669 (1994)
- "Search, Seizure, and the Positive Law: Expectations of Privacy Outside the Fourth Amendment, 84 JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW & CRIMINOLOGY 1 (1993)
- "A Radical Community of Aid: A Rejoinder to Opponents of Affirmative Duties to Help Strangers, 71 WASH. UNIV. LAW QUARTERLY 1 (1993)
- "Rethinking Custodial Interrogation, 28 AMER. CRIM. L. REV 1 (1990)
- Note: The Public Safety Exception to Miranda Careening Through the Lower Courts, 40 U. FLA. L. REV. 989 (1988)
- Comment: Insuring Against One's Own Intentional Acts of Intentional Discrimination, 39 U. FLA. L. REV. 971 (1987)
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