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Criminal law stories / edited by Donna Coker and Robert Weisberg.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Imprint:
New York, NY : Foundation Press/Thomson Reuters, 2013.
Format:
  • Book
  • vi, 471 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Note:
At head of title: Foundation Press.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Donna Coker & Robert Weisberg
  • The story of Keller : the irrelevance of the legality principle in American criminal law / Markus D. Dubber
  • The story of Robinson : from revolutionary constitutional doctrine to modest ban on status crimes / Erik Luna
  • The story of Staples and the innocent machine gun owner : the good, the bad and the dangerous / Joseph E. Kennedy
  • The story of Berry : when hot blood cools / Susan D. Rozelle
  • "The look in his eyes" : the story of Rusk and rape reform / Jeannie Suk
  • The story of Wanrow : the reasonable woman and the law of self-defense / Donna Coker & Lindsay C. Harrison
  • The story of Clark : the incredible shrinking insanity defense / Janine Young Kim
  • The story of Jacobson : catching criminals or creating crime? / Gabriel J. Chin
  • The story of Rizzo : the shifting landscape of attempt / Robert Weisberg
  • The story of Tally : Judge Tally and the problem of the superfluous accomplice / Leo Katz
  • The story of Rahman : religious advocacy at the intersection of crime and free speech / Mario L. Barnes
  • The story of Ewing : three strikes laws and the limits of the Eighth Amendment proportionality review / Sara Sun Beale.
Contributor:
Coker, Donna, 1957- Stanford Law School graduate, J.D. (1991)
Weisberg, Robert, 1946- Stanford Law School graduate, J.D. (1979)
Dubber, Markus Dirk. Stanford Law School graduate, J.D. (1991)
Luna, Erik. Stanford Law School graduate, J.D. (1996)
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ISBN:
9781599414393
1599414392

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