PRELIMINARY DRAFT [i] (November 16, 1959)

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(Not to be sold, offered for sale, or otherwise published)
THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE

MODEL PENAL CODE
Preliminary Draft

Subjects Covered:
Section 201.12.
Section 201.20.
Section 201.21.
Section 201.22.
Section 201.23.
Section 206.16.
Section 206.20.
Section 206.21.
Section 206.22.
Section 206.25.
Section 206.26.
Section 206.27.
Section 206.28.
Section 206.50.
Section 206.51.
Section 206.52.
Section 206.60.
Section 206.61.

Threats and Coercion.
Kidnaping.
False Imprisonment.
Child Stealing.
Slavery and Involuntary Servitude.
Robbery.
Forgery.
Fraudulent Destruction, Removal, or
Concealment of Recordable Instruments.
Fraudulent Falsification or Destruction
of Records of Private Enterprises.
Defrauding Secured Creditors.
Fraud or Reckles.; Dissipation of Assets in
Insolvency.
Rigging of Sporting Events and Other Spectacles.
Corrupt Betrayal of Trust; Inducing Betrayal.
Arson and Related Offenses.
Causing or Risking Catastrophe.
Criminal Mischief.
Burglary.
Criminal Trespass.

Text, Comments and illustrative Statutes

Submitted to the Criminal Law Advisory Group of The American
Law Institute for Discussion at the Meeting on
November 27, 28 and 29, 1959

November 16, 1959

The Executive Office
The American Law Institute
133 South 36th Street
Philadelphia 4, Pa.

*This draft is submitted privately and gratuitously to a limited number
of selected persons of a particular class for a special purpose. It
is preliminary and private; therefore, citations or quotations from it
must not be made in any public address or article.

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