Andrew Guthrie Ferguson is a law professor at American University’s Washington College of Law, where he teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, and evidence. He is actively engaged in constitutional education projects, having written books for adults (Why Jury Duty Matters: A Citizen’s Guide to Constitutional Action), for high school students (Youth Justice in America), and even for pre-school students (Constitutional Characters: Weeeeeee! the People—he is still waiting for someone to see the genius in a pre-school kids’ series about the Constitution). He regularly writes about the Fourth Amendment.
You can reach Andrew at ProfessorFerguson@FourthAmendmentSecurity.com
Stephen Henderson is the Judge Haskell A. Holloman Professor of Law at The University of Oklahoma, where he focuses on substantive criminal law, the regulation of policing, and our modes of criminal adjudication, including the intersections of those fields with modern technologies from quantum computing to artificial intelligence. He enjoys teaching from his textbooks and collaborating with other scholars; learning and sharing pedagogical techniques; and trying to do some good (or even merely tilting at windmills) through legislative testimony, the drafting of standards, or an amicus brief.
You can reach Stephen at ProfessorHenderson@FourthAmendmentSecurity.com