Defining Federal Crimes - Chapters 2-4
Daniel C. Richman
Columbia Law School
Yale University - Law School
William J. Stuntz
Harvard Law School
July 11, 2012
DEFINING FEDERAL CRIMES, Aspen Publishing, Forthcoming
Yale Law School, Public Law Working Paper No. 253
These are three chapters from a forthcoming Federal Criminal Law casebook that will focus on institutional interactions -- between Congress and the courts; the courts and prosecutors, and among elements within the federal enforcement bureaucracy. Chapter 2 focuses on criminal jurisdiction under the Commerce Clause. Chapter 3 generally considers how separation of powers issues play out in the interpretation of federal criminal statutes. Chapter 4 explores mail and wire fraud.
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