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PROPOSED FINAL DRAFT i (April 1, 1930)

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The American Law Institute
CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Proposed Final Draft
Approved by the Council and Submitted
To the Members
At the Eighth Annual Meeting,
May 8, 9 and 10, 1930.
Reporters.
WILLIAM E. MIKFLL, University of Pennsylvania Law School.
EDWIN R. KEEDY, University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Advisers.
FREDERICK F. FAVILLE, Supreme Court of Iowa (Last thirteen chap-
ters).
RoBER W. MILLAR, Northwestern University Law School.
JUSTIN MILLER, University of Southern California Law School
(First six chapters).
CHARLES C. NoTr, JR., Court of General Sessions, New York.
JOSEPH F. O'CONNELL. Boston, Mass.
HARRY OLSON, Municipal Court of Chicago, Ill.
ROLLIN MX PERKINS, State University of Iowa College of Law (All
but first six chapters).
TIMOTHY N. PFEIFFER, New York, N. Y.
HENRY W. STIMsoN, New York, N. Y. (First six chapters).
FLOYD E. THOMPSON, Chicago, Ill.
JOHN B. WAITE, University of Michigan Law School.
TYRRELL WILIAMrs, Washington University Law School.
Legal Assistants to Reporters.
IDA ORANOVICH, Philadelphia, Pa.
MARION S. KIRK, Philadelphia, Pa.
April 1, 1930.
Executive Office,
THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE,
3400 Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.

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