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Silving: Constituent Elements Of Crime, B. J. George Jr. Jun 1968

Silving: Constituent Elements Of Crime, B. J. George Jr.

Michigan Law Review

A Book Review of Constituent Elements of Crime by Helen Silving


A Reasoned Approach To The Reform Of Sex Offense Legislation, Ronald B. Schram Apr 1968

A Reasoned Approach To The Reform Of Sex Offense Legislation, Ronald B. Schram

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

Currently there is a widespread movement toward the revision of state criminal codes. The goals of such an undertaking are varied: (1) to reduce the size of the criminal law by eliminating inconsistent, overlapping, or obsolete provisions; (2) to phrase the prohibitions in clear and concise language; (3) to introduce more modern approaches to the definition and treatment of criminal offenses; and (4) to harmonize the penalty imposed for a particular act with the severity of the act and the penalty for other acts. This paper will concentrate on sex offenses in an attempt to understand the legislative process of …


Manne: Insider Trading And The Stock Market, Harold Marsh Jr. Apr 1968

Manne: Insider Trading And The Stock Market, Harold Marsh Jr.

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Insider Trading and the Stock Market by Henry G. Manne