Updated on 2022/05/19

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OGAWA, Yoshiki
 
Affiliation
Faculty of Law, Waseda Law School
Job title
Professor

Concurrent Post

  • Faculty of Law   School of Law

  • Faculty of Law   Graduate School of Law

Education

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    Waseda University   Graduate School of Law (Ph.D. in Law)  

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    Waseda University   Graduate School of Law (Master of Laws)  

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    Waseda University   School of Law  

Research Experience

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    Waseda University   Faculty of Law   Associate Professor

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    University of Tsukuba   Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences   Associate Professor

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    University of Tsukuba   Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences   Assistant Professor

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    Waseda University   Faculty of Law   Research Associate

Professional Memberships

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    Criminal Law Society of Japan

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    Japanese American Society for Legal Studies

 

Research Areas

  • Criminal law

Research Interests

  • criminal procedure

  • privilege against self-incrimination

Papers

  • Deciding the Exclusion of Evidence

    2021 Term Important Cases     150 - 151  2022.04

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2019 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   55 ( 1 ) 27 - 61  2021.06

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2018 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   54 ( 1 ) 239 - 274  2020.06

  • Interrogation Video as Evidence

    Ronkyu jurisuto (Quarterly Jurist)   31   92 - 99  2019.11

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2017 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   53 ( 1 ) 127 - 166  2019.06

  • Exclusionary Rule

    Festschrift for prof. INOUYE Masahito     653 - 678  2019.02

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2016 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   52 ( 1 ) 76 - 117  2018.06

  • Use of Force by the Police before the Issuance and Execution of Urine-Sample-Taking Warrant

    Kenshu (Legal Training)   ( 839 ) 3 - 16  2018.05

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2015 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   51 ( 1 ) 157 - 196  2017.06

  • Stop-and-Question by Police Officer

    Leading Cases: Criminal Procedure 10th ed. (INOUYE Masahito et al. eds.)     6 - 7  2017.05

  • Exhibition of Search-and-Seizure Warrrant

    Festschrift for Prof. SHIIBASHI Takayuki     157 - 176  2016.11

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2014 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   50 ( 1 ) 89 - 120  2016.06

  • Victim and Witness Protection

    Horitsu jiho (Law Journal)   88 ( 1 ) 37 - 43  2016.01

  • Admissibility of Confession

    Learning Criminal Law vol.2 ―― Criminal Procedure 2d ed. (IDA Makoto et al. eds.)    2015.07

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2013 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   49 ( 1 ) 173 - 208  2015.06

  • Clarification of Issues in Crimianl Trial

    2014 Term Important Cases     186 - 188  2015.04

  • Written Statement of the Deported

    Selective Cases 2009-2013, vol.2     192  2015.03

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2012 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   48 ( 1 ) 265 - 296  2014.06

  • Witness Immunity Legislation

    Issues of Criminal Procedure (INOUYE Masahito & SAKAMAKI Tadashi eds.)     34 - 35  2013.12

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2011 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   47 ( 1 ) 174 - 208  2013.06

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2010 October Term Decisions (part 2)

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   46 ( 3 ) 229 - 242  2013.03

  • New Procedures for Gathering Evidence on Computer Crimes

    Waseda Bulletin of Comparative Law   31   114 - 115  2013.01

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2010 October Term Decisions (part 1)

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   46 ( 1 ) 178 - 202  2012.06

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2009 October Term Decisions (part 2)

    Hikakuhogaku (Comparative Law Review)   45 ( 2 ) 252 - 265  2011.12

  • Summary Trial Procedure, Speedy Trial Procedure, and Anglo-American "Guilty Plea" System

    Hogakukyoshitsu (Law Classroom)   376   27 - 31  2011.12

  • Confessions without "Right to Silence Warning"

    Leading Cases: Criminal Procedure (9th ed.) (INOUYE Masahito et al. eds.)     160 - 161  2011.03

  • Anglo-American criminal law study (19) Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2009 October term decisions (part 1)

    Toshihiko Tanaka, Mitsuo Shumi, Yoshiki Ogawa, Yasuhiro Miyaki, Kazuyuki Harada, Masateru Matsuda, Makoto Nihonyanagi, Kentarou Nomura, Ito Yoshisuke, Satomi Tayama, Society of Anglo-American Criminal Law Studies

    Comparative law review   45 ( 1 ) 155 - 182  2011  [Refereed]

    CiNii

  • Admissibility of Confession

    Learning Criminal Law vol.2 ―― Criminal Procedure (IDA Makoto et al. eds.)    2010.09

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2008 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   44 ( 1 ) 144 - 185  2010.07

  • Written Statement of the Deported

    Hanreiserekuto 2009 (2) (Selective Cases 2009, vol.2)     41  2010.03

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2007 October Term Decisions

    Hikakuhogaku (Comparative Law Review)   43 ( 1 ) 141 - 175  2009.07

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2006 October Term Decisions

    Hikakuhogaku (Comparative Law Review)   42 ( 2 ) 315 - 353  2009.01

  • Self-Incrimination in Administrative Proceedings

    Criminal Sanctions for Corporate Illegality (KAI Katsunori ed.)    2008.05

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2005 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   41 ( 3 ) 154 - 187  2008.03

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2004 October Term Decisions

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   41 ( 1 ) 260 - 287  2007.07

  • Road Traffic Act art.72 (Traffic Accident Report) and Self-Incrimination Clause

    Festschiriht for Prof. OKANO Mitsuo    2007.02

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2003 October Term Decisions (part 2)

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   40 ( 2 ) 311 - 324  2007.01

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court 2003 October Term Decisions (part 1)

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   40 ( 1 ) 165 - 185  2006.07

  • Medical Malpractice and Medical Practitioners' Act §21 (Abnormal Corpse Report)

    Keijiho janaru (Criminal Law Journal)   3   40 - 47  2006.03

  • Medical Practitioners' Act art.21 (Abnormal Corpse Report) and Self-Incrimination Clause

    2003-2004 Term Important Cases    2005.06

  • U.S. Supreme Court Case ―― Chavez v. Martinez, 123 S. Ct. 1994 (2003)

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   38 ( 2 ) 274 - 286  2005.01

  • Confession Induced by Promise

    Seminar on Leading Cases of Criminal Procedure (TAGUCHI Morikazu & TERASAKI Yoshihiro eds.)    2004.11

  • Witness Immunity

    Seminar on Leading Cases of Criminal Procedure (TAGUCHI Morikazu & TERASAKI Yoshihiro eds.)    2004.11

  • "Substantial Assistance" as a Mitigating Factor in the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines

    Sosa kenkyu (Criminal Investigation)   626   70 - 77  2003.11

  • "Cooperation" as a Sentence-Mitigating Circumstance in the United States (2)

    Waseda hogaku (Waseda Law Review)   79 ( 1 ) 85 - 106  2003.09

  • Fear of Foreign Prosecution and Self-Incrimination : An Aspect of the Controversy over the Fifth Amendment Privilege in the United States

    Waseda hogaku (Waseda Law Review)   78 ( 3 ) 31 - 65  2003.03

  • "Cooperation" as a Sentence-Mitigating Circumstance in the United States (1)

    Wasedahogaku (Waseda Law Review)   78 ( 2 ) 113 - 149  2003.01

  • Joachim Herrmann,Death Penalty in Japan: An "Absurd" Punishment

    Wasedahogaku (Waseda Law Review)   78 ( 1 ) 191 - 219  2002.09

  • Secret Tape Recording of Conversation by One of the Parties without Consent of the Other

    Waseda hogaku (Waseda Law Review)   77 ( 4 ) 225 - 232  2002.05

  • Formulation of the Privilege against Self-Incrimination

    Waseda hogaku (Waseda Law Review)   77 ( 1 ) 121 - 161  2001.08

  • Evidence Gathered by Foreign Law Enforcement Agencies

    Waseda hogaku (Waseda Law Review)   76 ( 2 ) 417 - 424  2000.12

  • Zbigniew Gostynski, Characteristics of the New Criminal Procedure Code (the Republic of Poland)

    Hikaku hogaku (Comparative Law Review)   34 ( 1 ) 189 - 196  2000.07

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Books and Other Publications

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, Criminal Law, vol.2

    TANAKA Toshihiko( Part: Joint author)

    Seibundo  2019.12

  • Overview of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, Criminal Law, vol.1

    TANAKA Toshihiko( Part: Joint author)

    Seibundo  2017.11

  • Festschrift for Profs. SONE Takehiko & TAGUCHI Morikazu vol.1

    TAKAHASHI Norio( Part: Joint editor)

    Seibundo  2014.03

  • Festschrift for Profs. SONE Takehiko & TAGUCHI Morikazu vol.2

    TAKAHASHI Norio( Part: Joint editor)

    Seibundo  2014.03

  • Criminal Procedure Law of the People's Republic of China (2013)

    MATSUO Koya( Part: Joint translator)

    Hosokai  2013.05

  • Criminal Procedure Law of the People's Republic of China (2013) (Research for the MInistry of Justice No.463)

    MATSUO Koya( Part: Joint translator)

    the Ministry of Justice  2013.03

  • Floyd Feeney & Joachim Herrmann, One Case Two Systems: A Comparative View of American and German Criminal Justice Systems

    TAGUCHI Morikazu, chie( Part: Joint translator)

    Seibundo  2010.11

  • Criminal Procedure Keywords 250

    TAGUCHI Morikazu( Part: Joint author)

    Seibundo  2009.12

  • Textbook of Criminal Procedure

    TERASAKI Yoshihiro( Part: Joint author)

    Yachiyoshuppan  2007.03

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Research Projects

  • A game theoretic analysis of criminal law and its applications to economics

    Project Year :

    2008
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    2011
     

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    Criminal justice systems are regarded as games where players playthem strategically. We examined models of criminal procedure based on game theory and analyzed them. We investigated some effects of questions of law, the value of the crime and the social costs of the crime on the false accusations and the criminal acts. In addition, we applied game theory to law and economics, and conducted some experiments of these. In applications, we produced a model of vertical integration of firms and analyzed regulation for these firms. In experiments of our game models, we found out that the frame of the experiments (for example, the inequality of initial endowments among subjects) had remarkable effects on the behavior of subjects. Following these findings, we examined an evolutionary model of frame effects and conducted experiments on some models for theseeffects.

Specific Research

  • 自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義に関する研究

    2015  

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    本研究では、合衆国憲法修正5条の自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義について豊富な議論の蓄積のあるアメリカ法を参考として、憲法38条1項の自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義を明らかにすることを試みる。そして、平成27年度は、とくに、修正5条の自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義として伝統的に挙げられてきたもの――1964年に下された合衆国最高裁判所のマーフィー判決(Murphy v. Waterfront Comm'n, 378 U.S. 52 (1964))が掲げる7つのもの――をめぐるアメリカの議論状況を明らかにした。

  • 自己負罪拒否特権の基礎的研究

    2015  

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    本研究では、まず、合衆国憲法修正5条の自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義について豊富な議論の蓄積のあるアメリカ法を参考として、憲法38条1項の自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義を明らかにすることを試みる。そして、それを踏まえて、特権の保障範囲等について検討を加えることにする。平成27年度は、とくに、修正5条の自己負罪拒否特権の存在意義として伝統的に挙げられてきたもの――1964年に下された合衆国最高裁判所のマーフィー判決(Murphy v. Waterfront Comm'n, 378 U.S. 52 (1964))が掲げる7つのもの――をめぐるアメリカの議論状況を明らかにした。

  • 自己負罪拒否特権の比較法的考察

    2000  

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     刑事手続における「黙秘権」あるいは「供述拒否権」といったものの保障は各国の法制にみられるところであるが、この点、わが国の憲法38条1項は、「何人も、自己に不利益な供述を強要されない」と規定している。これは、直接的にはアメリカ合衆国憲法修正5条をモデルとし、コモン・ローにその起源をもつ自己負罪拒否の特権(privilege against self-incrimination)に由来するものだと解されており、刑事訴訟法における被疑者・被告人等の権利保障は、これを受けたものとされている。 本年は、この憲法38条1項の保障に関する比較法的研究の一環として、現代アメリカ法における自己負罪拒否特権を客観的に把握するために、その予備的作業として、連邦最高裁判例の展開の起点である19世紀後半までのこの特権の形成過程について分析を試みた。 また、この自己負罪拒否特権と密接に関連し、わが国においても立法論として議論されているアメリカの刑事免責制度について、それがどのように機能しているかを、とくに同国において共犯者等の供述の獲得を可能にするという意味でこれと同様の機能を果たしていると考えられる制度・手法と対比させつつ、検討を行った。

 

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Committee Memberships

  • 2020.11
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    Now

    the Ministry of Justice  Examiner for the Preliminary Bar Examination

  • 2016.06
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    Now

    the Ministry of Justice  Bar Examiner