Carlo Dangelo Criminal Defense Lawyer Attorney articlesCarlo is an exceptional legal scholar. Here is a sampling of his published works:

Carlo D'Angelo, Overseas Legal Outsourcing and the American Legal Profession: Friend or "Flattener"?, 14 Texas Wesleyan Law Review (Spring 2008).

Carlo D'Angelo, The Snoop Doggy Dogg Trial: A Look at How Computer Animation Will Impact Litigation in the Next Century, 32 University of San Francisco Law Review 561 (1998).

Carlo D'Angelo, The Impact of United States v. Lopez Upon Selected Firearms Provisions of Title 18 U.S.C. Section 922, 8 St. Thomas University Law Review 571 (1996).

Carlo has been cited by other respected legal scholars and judges in the following works:

Seth J. Safra, The Amended Gun-Free School Zones Act: Doubt As To Its Constitutionality Remains, 50 Duke Law Journal 637, 645 (2000).

Kevin F. O'Malley, Jay E. Grenig, and Honorable William C. Lee, Opening Statements to Closing Arguments, 1 Fed. Jury Prac. & Instr. § 6:5 (6th ed. 2007).

Dean A. Morande A Class of Their Own: Model Procedural Rules and Evidentiary Evaluation of Computer-Generated "Animations" 61 University of Miami Law Review 1069, 1074 (July 2007).

Lisa A. Dolak, Patents Without Paper: Providing A Date of Invention with Electronic Evidence, 36 Houston Law Review 471, 488 (Summer 1999).

Polly McCainn Pruneda, The Lautenberg Amendment: Congress Hit the Mark by Banning Fireamrs From Domestic Violence Offedners, 30 St. Mary's Law Journal 801, 816 (1999).

Antony Barone Kolenc, Commerce Clause Challenges After United States v. Lopez, 50 University of Florida Law Review 867, 879-80 (Dec. 1998).

Barbara H. Taylor, Close Enough for Government Work: Providing Minimal Nexus In A Federal Firearms Conviction: United States v. Corey, 56 Me. L. Rev. 187, 195-96 (2004).

Gregory Scott Crespi, Judicial and Law Review Citation Frequencies for Articles Published In Different "Tiers" of Law Journals: An Empirical Analysis, 44 Santa Clara L. Rev. 897, 943 (2004).

Katherine A. Godden, Cartoon Criminals: The Unclear Future of Computer Animation In The Minnesota Criminal Courtroom--State v. Stewart, 30 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 355, 360 (2003).

Elan E. Weinreb, 'Counselor, Proceed With Caution': The Use of Integrated Evidence Presentation System and Computer-Generated Evidence In the Courtroom, 23 Cardozo L. Rev. 393, 401 (Nov. 2001).

Kathryn Jermann, Project Exile and the Overfederalization of Crime, 10 WTR Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 332, 336 (Winter 2000).

Roger I. Roots, The Approaching Death of the Collective Right Theory of the Second Amendment, 39 Duq. L. Rev. 71, 105 (Fall 2000).

L. Neal Ellis, Jr., Heather Bell Adams and Carolyn A. Dubay, Recent Developments In Trial Techniques, 35 Tort & Ins. L.J. 677, 694 (Winter 2000).

Robert B. Bennett, Jr. ,Jordan H. Leibman and Richard E. Fetter, Seeing Is Believing; or Is It? An Empirical Study of Computer Simulations As Evidence, 34 Wake Forest L. Rev. 257, 259 (Summer 1999).

Jennifer Lynn Crawford, America's Dark Little Secret: Challenging the Constitutionality of the Civil Rights Provisions of the 1994 Violence Against Woman Act, 47 Cath. U. L. Rev. 189, 212-13 (Fall 1997).

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