Merola, L.M., Lum, C., & Murphy, R. (2019). The impact of license plate recognition technology (LPR) on trust in law enforcement: A survey-experiment. Journal of Experimental Criminology 15(1), 55-64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11292-018-9332-8
Merola, L.M. (2016). Talking about NSA Wiretapping and Guantanamo: A systematic examination of the language used by different networks to report post-9/11 policy dilemmas concerning rights. International Journal of Signs and Semiotic Symbols (5)1, 20-34.
Merola, L.M., Lum, C., Koper, C.S., and Scherer, A. (2016). Body Worn Cameras and the Courts: A National Survey of State Prosecutors. Report for the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Fairfax, VA: Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, George Mason University.
Cynthia, C., Koper, C., Merola, L., Scherer, A. & Reioux, A. (2015). Existing and Ongoing Body Worn Camera Research: Knowledge gaps and opportunities. Report for the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Fairfax, VA: Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, George Mason University.
Merola, L.M. & Lum. C. (2014). Predicting public support for the use of license plate recognition (LPR) technology by police. Police Practice & Research: An International Journal 15(5), 373-88.
Merola, L.M., Lum, C., Cave, B. & Hibdon, J. (2014). Community support for license plate recognition. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 37(1), 30-51.
Merola, L.M. & Vovak, H. (2013). The challenges of terrorist and extremist prisoners: A survey of U.S. prisons. Criminal Justice Policy Review 24(3), 735-58.
Merola, L.M. (2013). Speaking truth to power? Civil liberties debates and the language of law review articles during the post-9/11 period. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 5(3), 194-216.
Merola, L.M. (2013). Transmitting the threat: Media content and the discussion of critical civil liberties issues since 9/11. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 5(1), 1-19.
Merola, L.M. & Lum, C. (2012). Emerging technologies: Privacy and the case of license plate recognition (LPR) technology. Judicature 96(3), 119-26.
Merola, L.M. (2012). Strangers in your town: How considerations of potential power influence judgments about civil liberties for disliked groups. New England Journal of Political Science 6(1), 56-98.
Gould, J.B., Hartley, R., Raftery, W., Merola, L. & Oleson, J.C. (2011). Overwhelming evidence: The challenges and opportunities of evidence-based management in the courts. Judicature 95(2), 61-69.
Lum, C., Hibdon, J., Cave, B., Koper, C. & Merola, L. (2011). License plate reader (LPR) police patrols in crime hot spots: An experimental evaluation in two adjacent jurisdictions. Journal of Experimental Criminology 7, 321-45.
Merola, L.M. (2011). Evaluating the legal challenges and effects of counterterrorism policy. In C. Lum & L. Kennedy (Eds.), Evidence-Based Counterterrorism Policy (pp. 281-300). New York: Springer Publishing.
Lum, C., Merola, L., Willis J., & Cave, B. (2010). License plate recognition technologies for law enforcement: An outcome and legitimacy evaluation. SPAWAR and National Institute of Justice: Washington, DC. (106 pages)
Merola, L.M. & Gould, J.B. (2010). Navigating judicial selection: New judges speak about the process and its impact on judicial diversity. Judicature 93(5), 183-93.
Merola, L.M. & Gould, J.B. (2009). Improving diversity on the state courts: A report from the bench. Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law: Washington, DC.
Merola, L.M. (2008). Emotion and deliberation in the post-9/11 media coverage of civil liberties. Democracy and Society 5: 5-17.
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