Stephen M. Everhart - Publications
Professor of Law
B.A., Florida State University
J.D., University of Florida
Chinese Legal System Seminar, Evidence, Professional Responsibility, Trial Advocacy
The Meaning of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games: An American Perspective, Stephen Michael Everhart, Everhart's Little Read Books, December 2008.
The Clinton Case: Materiality and the "Exculpatory No" Bar to Prosecution? 108 Penn St. L. Rev. 727 (2004).
The Appeal Provision of Florida's Criminal Punishment Code: Unwise and Unconstitutional, 11 U. Fla. J.L. &
Pub. Policy 5 (1999) (co-author Professor Robert Batey).
Can You Lie to the Government and Get Away with It? The Exculpatory-No Defense under 18 U.S.C. Section
1001, 99 West Va. L. Rev. 687 (1997).
Putting a Burden of Production on the Defendant before Admitting Evidence That Someone Else Committed
the Crime Charged: Is It Constitutional? 76 Neb. L. Rev. 272 (1997).
Precluding Psychological Experts from Testifying for the Defense in the Penalty Phase of Capital Trials: The Constitutionality of Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.202(E), 23 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 933 (1996) (The National Law Journal"Worth Reading List"; used by a Florida Circuit Court Judge to train other circuit court judges that tried death penalty cases).