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6 Am. Crim. L. Q. 1 (1967-1968)

handle is hein.journals/amcrimlr6 and id is 1 raw text is: THE AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW QUARTERLY
Volume 6                            Fall, 1967                          Number 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EDITOR'S NOTE          -----------------------------------------------------------------------  2
PROSECUTION DISCOVERY AND THE PRIVILEGE
AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION -------Michael S. Wilder 3
TRANSATLANTIC ATTITUDES
TOWARD SELF-INCRIMINATION                      ----------Kevin Tierney 26
THE APPLICATION OF
CRIMINAL LAW TO ACTS COMMITTED
OUTSIDE THE JURISDICTION                   -----------Paul D. Empson        32
NATIONAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS' ASSOCIATION,
RIGHT ARM OF THE PROSECUTOR -------George M. Scott 40
RECENT ARTICLES OF INTEREST TO MEMBERS
OF THE CRIMINAL LAW SECTION
Adrienne Haroutunian McOmber and Richard D. McOmber 44
The American Criminal Law Quarterly is a journal of professional information and
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University of Kansas School of Law in February, May, August and November. It is sent
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Director of Section Services, Section of Criminal Law, 1155 East 60th Street, Chicago,
Illinois 60637, and made payable to the American Bar Association.
Manuscripts submitted for publication in the American Criminal Law Quarterly should
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Paul E. Wilson, The University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence, Kansas 66044.
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© 1967-American Bar Association

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