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Abbreviations Used in Text

Abbreviations Used in Text

B&P—Boyce and Perkins, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law and Procedure (Foundation Press, 8th Ed., 1999)

D&G—Dressler and Garvey, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law (West, 6th Ed., 2012)

Dressler Csbk—Joshua Dressler, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law (Thomson / West, 5th Ed., 2009)

Dressler Hnbk—Joshua Dressler, Understanding Criminal Law (LexisNexis, 2006)

Fletcher—George Fletcher, Rethinking Criminal Law (Little Brown, 1978)

Johnson—Phillip Johnson, Criminal Law, Cases, Materials and Text (West Pubishing, 5th Ed., 1995)

KS&S—Kadish, Schulhofer & Steiker, Criminal Law and its Processes (Aspen, 8th Ed., 2007)

KSS&B—Kadish, Schulhofer, Steiker & Barkow, Criminal Law and Its Processes (Wolters Kluwer, 9th Ed., 2012)

L—Wayne LaFave, Criminal Law (West Publishing, Hornbook Series, 3d Ed., 2000)

LaFave—Wayne LaFave, Modern Criminal Law, Cases, Comments and Questions (West Publishing, 4th Ed., 2006)

M.P.C.—Model Penal Code, Proposed Official Draft (1962) and Tentative Drafts 1-13 (1953-1962) (American Law Institute) [Note: The Model Penal Code has not changed since 1962. However, the Official Commentaries to Parts I and II were revised in 1985 and 1980 respectively. All references in this outline to the Commentaries are to the revised Commentaries where applicable.]

P&B—Perkins & Boyce, Criminal Law (textbook) (Foundation Press, 3d Ed., 1982)

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