Jonathan Witmer-Rich, The Heat of Passion and Blameworthy Reasons to be Angry, 55 AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 409 (2018)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Restoring Independence to the Grand Jury:  A Victim Advocate for Police Use of Force Cases, 65 CLEVELAND STATE LAW REVIEW 535 (2017) (symposium article)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Unpacking Affirmative Consent:  Not as Great as You Hope, Not as Bad as You Fear, 49 TEXAS TECH LAW REVIEW 57 (2016) (symposium article)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Arbitrary Law Enforcement is Unreasonable, 66 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 1059 (2016) (symposium article)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, "Sneak and Peek" Searches:  Critique and Reform, 42 SEARCH AND SEIZURE LAW REPORT 83 (2015)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, The Fatal Flaw of the "Sneak and Peek" Statute and How to Fix It, 65 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 121 (2014)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, The Rapid Rise of "Sneak and Peak" Searches, and the Fourth Amendment "Rule Requiring Notice," 41 PEPPERDINE LAW REVIEW 509 (2014)

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Interrogation and the Roberts Court, 63 FLORIDA LAW REVIEW 1189 (2011).

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, It's Good to be Autonomous:  Prospective Consent, Retrospective Consent, and the Foundation of Consent in the Criminal Law, 5 CRIMINAL LAW & PHILOSOPHY 377 (2011).

Jonathan Witmer-Rich & Mark Herrmann, Corporate Complicity Claims:  Why There Is No "Innocent Decision-Maker" Exception To Imputing An Officer's Wrongdoing To A Bankrupt Corporation, 73 TENN. L. REV. (2007) (with Mark Herrmann) (cited with approval, In re CBI Holding Co., 529 F.3d 432, 447 n.5 (2d Cir. 2008)).