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Crime, Law Enforcement, and Prisons: General

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  • see also Crime, Law Enforcement, and Prisons: Sentencing and Parole
  • Alaska Administrative Code, title 22 (Department of Corrections)
  • Alaska Court of Appeals criminal appeals decisions
  • Alaska Statutes, title 11 (Criminal Law)
  • Alaska Statutes, title 12 (Code of Criminal Procedure)
  • Alaska Statutes, title 33 (Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners)
  • Australia Crimes Act 1914, part VIA (computer crime) and related provisions
  • California Proposition 194 (Prison Inmates Unemployment Insurance)
  • California Proposition 205 (Youthful and Adult Offender Local Facilities Bond Act of 1996)
  • California Proposition 213 (Limitation on Recovery to Felons, Uninsured Motorists, Drunk Drivers)
  • Canada Criminal Code (in English and French)
  • Canada Identification of Criminals Act
  • Canada House of Commons Committee on Justice and Legal Matters documents (in English and French)
  • Canada Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee proceedings (in English and French)
  • Carlisle v. U.S. (U.S., 1996) (post-verdict acquital motion)
  • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
  • Cooper v. Oklahoma (U.S., 1996) (competance to stand trial)
  • Davis v. Brown (N.Y., 1996) (criminal mistrial and double jeapordy)
  • District Court for the District of Columbia Rules, title III (Criminal Rules)
  • District Court for the Southern District of Texas Rules, rule 7 (Criminal Pretrial Motion Practice)
  • Eclipse Enterprises, Inc. v. Gulotta (E.D.N.Y., 1995) ("True Crime" trading cards as free speech)
  • Egypt Constitution, part 5, chapter VIII (The Police) (in English)
  • European Convention on the Suppression of Terrorism
  • Felker v. Turpin (U.S., 1996) (habeas corpus in death penalty cases)
  • Georgia Constitution article VI, sec. VIII (District Attorneys)
  • Gray v. Netherland (U.S., 1996) (Fedral habeas review of state capital case)
  • Hate Crime Statistics Act (Pub. L. 101-275)
  • In re A.P. and S.P. (Ill. App., 1996) (sexual abuse of child)
  • Indiana Code, title 11 (Corrections)
  • Indiana Code, title 35 (Criminal Law and Procedure)
  • Indiana Fully Informed Jury Association publications
  • International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Rules of Procedure and Evidence
  • International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia documents (in English and French)
  • Ireland Constitution, articles 38-39 (trial of offences)
  • Kentucky Administrative Regulations, title 500 (Justice Cabinet)
  • Kentucky Administrative Regulations, title 501 (Corrections Department)
  • Kentucky Administrative Regulations, title 502 (State Police Department)
  • Kentucky Administrative Regulations, title 503 (Justice Cabinet Dept. of Training)
  • Kentucky Revised Statutes, chapter 15A (Justice Cabinet)
  • Kentucky Revised Statutes, chapter 16 (State Police)
  • Kentucky Revised Statutes, chapter 17 (Public Safety)
  • Lewis v. U.S. (U.S., 1996) (right to jury trial for minor offenses)
  • Lonchar v. Thomas (U.S., 1996) (timeliness of habeas petition in death penalty case)
  • Maine Department of Corrections regulations
  • Maine Department of Public Safety regulations
  • Malta Constitution, section 39 (Arrest)
  • Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 27 (Department of Corrections)
  • Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 37 (Sheriffs)
  • Missouri Revised Statutes, title XIII (Correctional and Penal Institutions)
  • Missouri Revised Statutes, title XXXVII (Criminal Procedure)
  • Missouri Revised Statutes, title XXXVIII (Crimes and Punishment; Peace Officers and Public Defenders)
  • Model Treaty on Extradition
  • Montana v. Egelhoff (U.S., 1996) (intoxication defense)
  • Namibia Constitution, chapters XIV (The Security Commission) and XV (The Police and Defence Forces and the Prison Service)
  • National Drug Policy: A Review of the Status of the Drug War (H. Rept. 104-486) (1996)
  • New Jersey Code, title 2C (Code of Criminal Justice)
  • New York City Criminal Court Law (N.Y. Consol.)
  • New York Commission of Correction publications
  • New York Correction Law
  • New York Criminal Procedure Law
  • New York Penal Law
  • Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 22B (Capitol Police)
  • Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 22C (Department of State Police)
  • Massachusetts General Laws, part IV (Crimes, Punishments and Proceedings in Criminal Cases)
  • Ontario Charter of Rights for Victims of Crime, 1995 (Bill 12)
  • Ontario Government Process Simplification Act (Ministries of the Solicitor Gen. & Correctional Services), 1996 (Bill 69)
  • Pennsylvania Executive Order 1995-2 (Drug Policy Planning Coordination)
  • People v. Birdsall (Ill., 1996) (mental fitness of capital defendant taking psychotropic medication)
  • People v. Digirolamo (Ill. App., 1996) (hit and run)
  • People v. Falaster (Ill., 1996) (incest)
  • People v. Gilliam (Ill., 1996) (voluntariness of confession)
  • People v. Granados (Ill., 1996) (ex post facto judicial interpretation)
  • People v. Holt (Ill. App., 1996) (stalking)
  • People v. Maxwell (Ill., 1996) (competancy of counsel)
  • People v. Page (N.Y., 1996) (empanelling alternate juror)
  • People v. Simpson (Cal. Super. Ct., Los Angeles, 1995) transcripts, briefs, orders, etc.
  • Poland National Bank Regulation No. 16/92 (crime-related bank accounts)
  • Rutledge v. U.S. (U.S., 1996) (two statutes criminalizing the same offense)
  • Sandin v. Conner (U.S., 1995) (due process in prison disciplinary proceeding)
  • Schlup v. Delo (U.S., 1995) (habeas standard in capital case)
  • South Carolina Code of Laws, title 16 (Crimes and Offenses)
  • South Carolina Code of Laws, title 17 (Criminal Procedures)
  • South Carolina Code of Laws, title 23 (Law Enforcement and Public Safety)
  • State v. Goodwin (N.H., 1996) (sexual assault)
  • Supreme Court capital punishment decisions
  • Supreme Court criminal law decisions
  • Supreme court imprisionment decisions
  • Syria Constitution, article 29 (Criminal Laws)
  • Syria Constitution, article 123 (Criminal Liability [of the Council of Ministers])
  • Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals decisions
  • Taylor v. Director of the Serious Fraud Office (H.L., 1998) (immunity to criminal invesigation participants)
  • Texas Administrative Code, title 37 (Public Safety and Corrections)
  • Texas Attorney General criminal law publications
  • Tome v. U.S. (U.S., 1995) (hearsay)
  • treaties on the rights of prisoners and detainees (compiled by the University of Minnesota)
  • Tunisia Constitution, article 68 (High Treason by Government)
  • United Kingdom Criminal Justice and Public Order Act of 1994 materials
  • U.S. v. Dickerson (4th Cir., 1999) (confessions not protected by Miranda decision)
  • U.S. District Court (D. Alaska) Local Rules of Criminal Procedure
  • U.S. v. Aguilar (U.S., 1995) (obstruction of justice; disclosure of wiretaps)
  • U.S. v. Armstrong (U.S., 1996) (selective prosecution)
  • U.S. v. Cruz-Kuilan (1st Cir., 1996) (carjacking)
  • U.S. v. Mezzanatto (U.S., 1995) (admissibility of plea bargaining statements)
  • U.S. v. Perez-Perez (1st Cir., 1995) (Federal and local prosecution of simultaneous offences)
  • U.S. v. X-Citement Video, Inc. (U.S., 1994) (child pornography)
  • Veronia School District 47J v. Acton (U.S., 1995) (privacy)
  • Washington Revised Code, title 9 (Crimes and Punishments)
  • Washington Revised Code, title 9A (Criminal Code)
  • Washington Revised Code, title 10 (Criminal Procedure)
  • Yugoslavia Constitution, section V, title 5 (Federal Public Prosecutor)
  • American Civil Liberties Union material on criminal justice
  • "Ancient Law" by Henry Maine (Chapter 10: The Early History of Delict and Crime) (1861)
  • Canada Justice Department publications
  • Canada Solicitor General Department publications (in English and French)
  • "Crime Talk: How Citizens Construct a Social Problem" by Theodore Sasson
  • "Domestic Violence and Criminal Injuries Compensation" by Linda Jurevic
  • "Family Conferences in the Juvenile Justice System of South Australia" by Rosanne McInnes and Sue Hetzel
  • forged, counterfeit, and bogus stamps bibliography compiled by the American Philatelic Research Library
  • "Handbook on State Government: Department of Corrections" Alaska Legislative Affairs Agency
  • "High Court of Australia and Criminal Law" by Peter Faris
  • "Information Technology in Complex Criminal Trials" by Graham Greenleaf and Andrew Mowbray
  • law enforcement material compiled by CopNet
  • Law Journal Extra! collection of criminal law memos
  • Law Journal Extra! criminal law material
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers publications
  • National Criminal Justice Reference Service publications
  • National Forum Report: Re-Integration of the Ex-Offender in First Nations Communities (Canada) (1994)
  • New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services publications
  • Nolo.com collection of materials on criminal law
  • Oceana Publications international criminal law books (summaries)
  • Oceana Publications prisoner rights and prison law books (summaries)
  • "Sleepwalking -- Insanity or Automatism" by Peter Ridgway
  • "Statistical Analysis of Crime Against Foreigners in Unified Germany" by A. Krueger & J-S. Pischke (abstract)
  • "Trial by Jury and the Constitutional Rights of the Accused" [Russia] by Stephen C. Thaman
  • United Kingdom prison information compiled by the Penal Lexicon
  • Utah Criminal and Juvenile Justice Commission publications
  • see also Civil Liberties and Civil Rights: General
  • see also Computers and the law
  • see also Domestic relations
  • see also Employment, Labor, and Pension Laws
  • see also Environmental, Natural Resource, and Energy Law
  • see also Gun control and bearing arms
  • see also Health and Safety Laws
  • see also Search and Seizure
  • see also War, Defense, and the Armed Forces
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  • see also Treaties and international law
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