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Comparison – Criminal Law and Procedure EC 4

September 2016 |  by Mick

Fall 2016 Comparison Criminal Law and Procedure Extra Credit Audio #4

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53 thoughts on “Comparison – Criminal Law and Procedure EC 4

  1. Mark R. Smart

    On page 48 where it indicates the principals conviction is not necessary – because he is given immunity and turns sates evidence – as soon as I read this – the plurality rule on page 39 on the book was the first thing that came to my mind. Where at common law, a conspiracy involves two or more people who are agreeing to a criminal plan.

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