Colin Doyle’s research examines how technological changes to criminal legal processes affect both the application and meaning of state and federal constitutional law.
He has a particular focus on decisions at the margins of criminal law, including bail setting and fees and fines determinations. His research often explores how overlooked features of new technological processes can inform and challenge longstanding beliefs and practices within constitutional law, criminal law, and criminal procedure.
His scholarship has appeared in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, the Duke Law Journal Online, and the ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency. Doyle also writes about criminal law and technology for a broader public audience with his work appear in The New York Times, The Appeal, and the New York Law Journal.