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A Digest of Decisions in Criminal Cases

Author : Thomas Whitney Waterman
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Death by Design

Author : Carolyn Keene
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Nancy Drew and her friend Bess Marvin travel into a world of fashion. But behind all the clothes, there is someone determained to see the death of famed fashion designer Kim Daley. When Nancy accidentally drinks a poison that was meant for Kim, she realizes she has only seventy-two hours to live. Can Nancy find the poisoner—and the antidote—before it’s too late?

Design for Murder

Author : Rachel Lindsay
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The Revised Codes of the State of North Dakota 1895

Author : North Dakota
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The Code of civil procedure and all remedial law the Probate code the Penal code and the criminal procedure the constitutions and organic acts

Author : Minnesota
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The Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure of the State of Texas

Author : Texas
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The Code of civil procedure and all remedial law the Probate code the Penal code and the criminal procedure the constitution and organic acts

Author : Minnesota
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Revised Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure

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The Albany Law Journal

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Felony Murder

Author : Guyora Binder
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The felony murder doctrine is one of the most widely criticized features of American criminal law. Legal scholars almost unanimously condemn it as irrational, concluding that it imposes punishment without fault and presumes guilt without proof. Despite this, the law persists in almost every U.S. jurisdiction. Felony Murder is the first book on this controversial legal doctrine. It shows that felony murder liability rests on a simple and powerful idea: that the guilt incurred in attacking or endangering others depends on one's reasons for doing so. Inflicting harm is wrong, and doing so for a bad motive—such as robbery, rape, or arson—aggravates that wrong. In presenting this idea, Guyora Binder criticizes prevailing academic theories of criminal intent for trying to purge criminal law of moral judgment. Ultimately, Binder shows that felony murder law has been and should remain limited by its justifying aims.