“Juvenile Life Without Parole—Where Are We Now?” in ACJS Today, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, November 2019
“The Search and Seizure Implications for Motor Vehicle Stops Due to the Decriminalization of Marijuana” in Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, March 2019
“Criminal History That Repeats…and Punishes…Severely: How Career Drug Offenders Relive Their Past Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines” in Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, June 2009
JD, Antonin Scalia School of Law, George Mason University
BA, Plymouth State University
Rick Hubbard regularly teaches Criminal Justice Ethics, Criminal Procedure, and Introduction to Criminal Justice. Other courses have included Undercover Operations and Use of Informants; Federal Crimes and Procedure; Judicial Processes; and Gender, Race, and Crime. He has been a member of the New Hampshire Bar for 35 years. His practice included a concentration in federal criminal defense. His professional career includes employment with the Legal Counsel Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C. At NEC, he serves as a co-advisor to the Criminal Justice Club and is the faculty advisor to the NEC Student Senate. In addition, he is on the NEC Men’s Soccer coaching staff as faculty advisor.