Chair, Associate Professor and LAE Advisor.
Ph. D., Criminal Justice (2005). University of Nebraska-Omaha.
M.A., Criminal Justice (2001). University of Nebraska-Omaha.
J.D., Law (1998). Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis.
B.A., Criminal Justice and Psychology (1995). Indiana University at Bloomington.
Plea Bargaining, Prosecutorial Discretion, Court Processing Decisions, Domestic Violence.
Refereed journal articles:
Yun, I., Ball, J. D., & Lim, H. (in press) Disentangling the relationship between child maltreatment and violent delinquency: Using a nationally representative sample. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Ball, J. D. & Bostaph, L. (2009). He versus she: A gender specific analysis of legal and extralegal effects on pretrial release for felony defendants. Women and Criminal Justice, 19(2), 95-119.
Ball, J. D. (2009). Intergenerational transmission of abuse of incarcerated fathers: A study of the definition of abuse. Journal of Family Issues, 30(3), 371-390.
Iannacchione, B. & Ball, J. D. (2008). The effect of Blakley v. Washington on upward departures in a sentencing guideline state. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 24(4), 419-436.
Jan, I., Ball, J. D. & Walsh, A. (2008). Predicting public opinion about juvenile waivers.. Criminal Justice Review, 19(3), 285-300.
Book and Manual Chapters:
Ball, J. D. (2007). Special justice systems. Training Manual for Idaho Victim Assistance Academy.
Ball, J. D. (2007). Sentencing reforms and the Supreme Court: The implications of Apprendi, Blakely, and Booker. In C. Hemmens (Ed.) Legal Issues in Criminal Justice. Los Angeles: Roxbury.
Selected Works of Jeremy D. Ball: http://works.bepress.com/jeremy_ball/