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Discussion Draft No. 2 i (April 28, 2015)

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                           Submitted by the Council to the Members of
                                   The American Law Institute
          for Discussion at the Ninety-Second Annual Meeting on May 18, 19, and 20, 2015

                                     THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE

                               MODEL PENAL CODE:

                                  Discussion Draft No. 2
                                       (April 28, 2015)

                                       SUBJECTS COVERED
                       Substantive Material
                       I.  Proposed Sections 213.0-213.10, 213.11 (Reserved)
                       II. General Commentary
                       III. Statutory Commentary (Sections 213.0-213.9)

                       Evidentiary Material
                       I.  Proposed Section 213.10
                       II. Commentary

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This Discussion Draft is being circulated for discussion at the 2015 Annual Meeting of The American Law Institute.
Other comments on the Draft are also welcome. As of the time of publication of this Draft, neither the Council nor
the membership of the Institute has taken a position on the material contained within it; therefore, the views expressed
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