2020 What ‘Defund the Police’ Means—In Terms Simple Enough for a Child to Understand. Parents.com
2020 Thousands of People Might Be in Prison for Crimes That Never Even Happened. Momentum.Media.com
2020 Making Black lives Matter. NJ.com
2020 Interview: Jessica Henry, Scholar, on the Phenomenon of “No Crime” Wrongful Convictions (with Amanda Knox). CrimeStory.com
2020 What ‘Abolish’ and ‘Defund’ the Police Really Mean. Montclair State University Faculty Voices
2020 What Cities Can and Can’t Do When it Comes to the Feds. US News & World Report
2020 The Real Danger of ‘Permit Karen’. NJ.com
2020 This NJ City Says it Has Bad Cops and Can’t Fire Them. The Bergen Record
2020 A Laboratory for What the World Could Be. Montclair State University Homepage News
2020 Some Experts Fear Smaller Cities Are Ill-Equipped to Handle Georgey Floyd Protests. US News and World Report
2020 Putting cops on trial is difficult. Will the George Floyd case be any different? NJ.com
2020 Jersey’s Steps to Create a No-Hate State. NJ Monthly
2019 Forensic Misconduct. The Academic Minute. Forensic Misconduct, The Academic Minute presented by Association of American Colleges and Universities. WAMC Northeast Public Radio (audio commentary)
2019 Interviewed by and cited in Fort-Worth Star Telegram. ‘Tactics are not good.’ Experts say police put themselves in danger in June shooting. Fort-Worth Star-Telegram
2019 Plea deals are Catch-22 for those like Tucson man who claims wrongful conviction. Arizona Republic (interview and citation)
2019 Interviewed for background information Bergen Record
2018 More Hate Crimes Reported in NJ – But Real Numbers May Be Worse. NJ1050
2017 Interviewed and cited in Wall Street Journal.
2017 States Move to Strengthen Laws in Response to Rise in Hate Crimes. Wall Street Journal (interview and citation)
2016 Interview with Epoch Times (September 29).
2016 “Internet Comments Turn Violent, Racist After Bombing Suspect’s Arrest: Free Speech or Hate Speech?” (September 23). The Montclair Patch.
2014- 16 VProud TV.
2014 NJ1 TV. Interviewed as criminal justice expert.
2012 Pacifica Radio on Life Without Parole (July 12). Againstthegrain.org.
2012 Globosat (June 20, 2012). Interviewed as an expert on American hate crime law for Brazilian television.
2012 National Public Radio, “In Rutgers Verdict, Even Judge Found ‘Muddled’ Law,” (March 19).
2012 Bergen Record regarding expert police procedure (March 20).
2011 WHYY (April 15) regarding employment practices for ex-offenders.
2008-11 Jami Floyd: The Best Defense, Tru TV (formerly Court TV). Frequent appearances as guest commentator and legal analyst on live national television program.
2003-04 Catherine Crier Live, Court TV.
2003-2004. Provided legal analysis on live national television program.