A bit about the Multipedia…
The Crimprof Multipedia is an online pedagogical resource for teaching criminal law and procedure founded in 2009. We provide this resource entirely free of charge to all educators teaching this material, whether it be in high school, college, law school, or other schooling. So, if you are an educator wanting to find teaching modules with engaging video clips, audio clips, and images, along with descriptions of how you might teach such content, you’ve come to the right place.
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A bit about us…
Co-creator, webmaster, and content provider
Stephen is the Judge Haskell A. Holloman Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma, where he focuses on criminal law, criminal procedure, and privacy. He has been honored to receive teaching and scholarly awards, has served as Reporter for the ABA Criminal Justice Standards on Law Enforcement Access to Third Party Records, and speaks regularly to judicial, scholarly, and other audiences. He is co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of Surveillance Law and author of Our Constitutional Constraints: Policing, The Criminal Law, and dozens of articles, the content of which have been argued and utilized in resolving contemporary search and seizure controversies at the state and federal levels. Along with the Multipedia, he is cofounder and webmaster of Fourth Amendment Security, a mildly serious public education project.
Co-creator and content provider
Joe is the Glenn R. Watson Centennial Chair in Law at the University of Oklahoma, where his teaching and writing focus on constitutional law (including criminal procedure) and the Supreme Court. He has received numerous law school and campus-wide teaching awards. In addition to teaching and writing, he engages in pro bono litigation in the areas of civil rights, criminal law, and constitutional law. His kids—human, canine, and feline—also keep him busy.