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Overcriminalization 2.0 : developing consensus solutions, October 21, 2010.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Copyright date:
2011
Publication:
Arlington, VA : George Mason University School of Law, [2011]
Copyright notice:
©2011
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • viii, pages 565-744 ; 24 cm
Note:
Cover title. Special issue of journal of law, economics & policy, volume 7, number 4 (summer 2011). Symposium held Oct. 21, 2010 at George Mason University School of Law.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Foreward / Ellen S. Podgor
  • Opening remarks / Norman L. Reimer
  • Keynote speech : The reality of overcriminalization / Larry D. Thompson
  • Panel 1: The potential of "smart on crime" reform initiatives
  • Remarks on the introduction of criminal law reform initiatives / Ronald L. Gainer
  • From "overcriminalization" to "smart on crime" : American criminal justice reform : legacy and prospects / Roger A. Fairfax, Jr.
  • Panel 2: Monitoring prosecutors
  • Agents prosecuting agents / Larry E. Ribstein
  • Overcriminalization 2.0 : the symbiotic relationship between plea bargaining and overcriminalization / Lucian E. Dervan
  • Panel 3: Regulation of criminalization
  • Criminal law's unfortunate triumph over administrative law / Darryl K. Brown
  • Panel 4: Restoring the mens rea requirement
  • Playing with rules : an effort to strengthen the mens rea standards of federal criminal laws / Geraldine Szott Moohr
  • Remarks on restoring the mens rea requirement / Harvey Silverglate
  • The better part of lenity / Marie Gryphon
  • Developing consensus solutions to overcriminalization problems : the way ahead / Jeffrey S. Parker.
Contributor:
George Mason University. School of Law.
Related Work:
Journal of law, economics & policy.
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