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American Criminal Law: Cases, Statutes and Comments (University Casebook Series)

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This casebook presents up-to-date materials on the complex reality of modern American criminal law. It includes edited cases and statutes, substantial chapter introductions, and highlights on pedagogical approaches (e.g., rules v. standards). Organized with cross-references to highlight connections, clear conceptual structure, and consideration of Model Penal Code througho ...more
Hardcover, 1145 pages
Published November 10th 2008 by Foundation Press (first published 2008)
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Dubber, Markus D. and Mark Kelman. American Criminal Law: Cases, Statutes and Comments Second Edition. Foundation Press. Publishing Co., 2009.

Markus Dubber, a professor of Law at the University of Toronto, and Mark Kelman, the vice dean of Stanford Law School of American criminal law in the first edition that is expanded on it the second edition. This includes and analysis of Clark v. Arizona and a section of victims’ rights. This book will be a key resource in analyzing the Constitutionality of
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