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Criminal Procedure

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

2002

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The Investigation And Prosecution Of White-Collar Crime: International Challenges And The Legal Tools Available To Address Them, Thomas G. Snow Dec 2002

The Investigation And Prosecution Of White-Collar Crime: International Challenges And The Legal Tools Available To Address Them, Thomas G. Snow

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No abstract provided.


The White-Collar Police Force: "Duty To Report" Statutes In Criminal Law Theory, Sandra Guerra Thompson Dec 2002

The White-Collar Police Force: "Duty To Report" Statutes In Criminal Law Theory, Sandra Guerra Thompson

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No abstract provided.


Can The "Public Interest" Justify Non-Consensual Searches Of Homes In Bankruptcy Cases?, A. Mechele Dickerson Dec 2002

Can The "Public Interest" Justify Non-Consensual Searches Of Homes In Bankruptcy Cases?, A. Mechele Dickerson

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No abstract provided.


Peoples Divided: The Application Of United States Constitutional Protections In International Criminal Law Enforcement, Ian R. Conner Dec 2002

Peoples Divided: The Application Of United States Constitutional Protections In International Criminal Law Enforcement, Ian R. Conner

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In an age of globalization, criminal activity too has become internationalized. The response from the United States and other countries has been a growing number of treaties, international accords, and multinational law enforcement programs. This Note addresses the extent to which these international agreements have impacted the rights of the accused both in the United States and abroad