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9 Am. Crim. L. Q. 1 (1970)

handle is hein.journals/amcrimlr9 and id is 1 raw text is: THE AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW QUARTERLY
Volume 9                          Fall, 1970                         Number 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION TO THIS FEATURE ISSUE FROM THE CHAIRMAN -.........
------------------------------- .....----------- ---------------.-.-............................S--- ------- Samuel Dash  I
THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION'S IMPACT ON THE ORGANIZED CRIME
CONTROL ACT OF 1970
PART I:     THE ACT AS ORIGINALLY PASSED BY THE SENATE .................       8
PART II:    MAJORITY RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE
SECTION OF CRIMINAL LAW AND SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT ----             39
PART III:   MINORITY REPORT OF THE COUNCIL OF THE SECTION OF
CRIMINAL LAW -.-.----------------------------------.---------- ------------------ 59
PART IV:    RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS ..............               69
PART V:     STATEMENT OF PRESIDENT-ELECT EDWARD L. WRIGHT BE-
FORE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE -.....................             71
PART VI:    AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION TESTIMONY BEFORE SUBCOM-
MITTEE NO. 5 OF HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE (91st CONG.,
2d SESS.) ON S. 30, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1970 ------------.. .-------- 87
PART VII: ORGANIZED CRIME CONTROL ACT OF 1970 AS FINALLY EN-
ACTED --- -.-------.-- ..             .   .   .   ...----------.   121
NOMINATING COMMITTEE: NOTICE FOR SECTION VACANCIES TO BE
FILLED AT 1971 ANNUAL MEETING -----------------------                    163
DEVELOPING AN AUTOMATED INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR THE PROSE-
CUTOR -..----.-.-------------------- ......----------- Frederick G. Watts and Charles R. Work  164
ANNUAL REPORT OF SECTION CHAIRMAN FOR 1969-70 ASSOCIATION
YEAR -.....           .....-------  -----          H. Eugene Breitenbach  170
MISCELLANEOUS
HOW TO ORDER ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS FEATURE ISSUE ..-------- 169
ABA STANDARDS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
----------- ---------------------..... -...         . .--- -----     seq. 184
APPLICATION FOR SECTION MEMBERSHIP AND COMMITTEE PREFER-
E N C E   ------........--- ....----- ....----- ....- ....-------.....- -  ----------... . . ... . ... seq .  184
The American Criminal Law Quarterly is a journal of professional information and
opinion. It is published by the American Bar Association Section of Criminal Law and The
University of Kansas School of Law in February, May, August and November. It is sent
without cost to all members of the Section of Criminal Law. Any member of the American
Bar Association may become a member of the Section upon payment of the annual dues of
$5.00. A tear-out application form is contained in this issue. Law Student Division members
of the Association may join the Section for $3.00 annual dues. An attorney who is not a
member of the Association will be sent its application form upon receipt of the request for
Section membership. Any person not eligible for membership in the American Bar Associa-
tion, or any institution, may obtain an annual subscription to the American Criminal Law
Quarterly for $6.00. Single copies of this special issue, as long as available, may be obtained
for $2.00.
Remittance of annual dues of applicants for Section membership and payment for annual
subscriptions and single copies of the American Criminal Law Quarterly should be sent to
Director of Legal Practice and Education, 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
be sent to the editorial office of the publication, 419 Sixth St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form unless the following state-
ment appears: reproduced by permission of the American Bar Association 1969. However,
no part may be reproduced for commercial purposes.
Second Class Postage Paid at Lawrence, Kansas 66044.
@  1971-American Bar Association

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