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Defining Federal Crimes - Chapters 2-4


Daniel C. Richman


Columbia Law School

Kate Stith


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

Abstract:     
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.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 265

JEL Classification: K4, K14, K41, K42

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Date posted: July 11, 2012  

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Richman, Daniel C. and Stith, Kate and Stuntz, William J., Defining Federal Crimes - Chapters 2-4 (July 11, 2012). DEFINING FEDERAL CRIMES, Aspen Publishing, Forthcoming; Yale Law School, Public Law Working Paper No. 253. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2103868

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Daniel C. Richman (Contact Author)
Columbia Law School ( email )
435 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10025
United States
Kate Stith
Yale University - Law School ( email )
P.O. Box 208215
New Haven, CT 06520-8215
United States
203-432-4835 (Phone)
William J. Stuntz
Harvard Law School ( email )
1575 Massachusetts
Hauser 406
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States
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