UCLA School of Law Expert Available to Discuss the Guilty Verdict of George Weller.
Professor of Law
UCLA School of Law
(310) 387-4768 eI cell phone
Peter Arenella is a nationally recognized criminal law and procedure scholar who teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, and seminars on moral agency and criminal law excuse theory. He speaks regularly on criminal law issues to civic groups, attorneys and judges across the country, and he achieved national prominence for his media commentary on several major cases, including the O.J. Simpson trial.
Professor Arenella writes about the relationship between criminal and moral responsibility by exploring competing conceptions of criminal culpability and moral agency at work in immaturity and mental disability defenses (e.g., insanity, diminished capacity, mental retardation).
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