The federal role in criminal law / special editor of this volume, James A. Strazzella.
(Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. ; v. 543)
|出版者||Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Periodicals Press|
|大きさ||211 p. ; 25 cm.|
|内容注記||Toward a principled basis for federal criminal legislation -- The commerce clause and federalized crime: a tale of two thieves -- Federalizing crime: assessing the impact on the federal courts -- The myth of cost-free jurisdictional reallocation -- Prosecutorial limits on overlapping federal and state jurisdiction -- Dual prosecutions: a model for concurrent federal jurisdiction -- The effect of federalization on the defense function -- The rules of everyday life -- The federal role in dealing with violent street crime: principles, questions and cautions -- The federal role in sentencing law and policy -- Federal criminal procedure as a model for the states -- Privatizing law enforcement -- Federal court supervision of state criminal justice administration.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Book department": p. 167-209.
|著者標目||Strazzella, James A.
American Academy of Political and Social Science.
|件 名||Criminal justice, Administration of--Government policy--United States.
Federal aid to law enforcement agencies--United States.