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Defining Federal Crimes

Summary of Contents


Chapter 1. Institutional Design
Chapter 2. Jurisdiction: Federal Criminal Law and the Commerce Power
Chapter 3. The Separation of Powers: Interpreting Federal Criminal Statutes
Chapter 4. Mail and Wire Fraud
Chapter 5. Extortion
Chapter 6. Official Corruption
Chapter 7. Criminal Violations of Constitutional Rights
Chapter 8. The Law of Criminal Organizations
Chapter 9. Drugs and Punishment
Chapter 10. Sentencing
Chapter 11. Corporate Crime
Chapter 12. Delegating Criminal Lawmaking

Table of Cases