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14 New Crim. L. Rev. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/bufcr14 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW


1       A Paradox in Overcriminalization
Ekow N. Yankah
35      Thieving and Receiving: Overcriminalizing the Possession
of Stolen Property
Stuart P. Green
55      A Fair Punishment for Humbert Humbert: Strict Liability
and Affirmative Defenses
Vera Bergelson
78      Corporate Culpability as a Limit to the Overcriminalization
of Corporate Criminal Liability: The Interplay Between Self-
Regulation, Corporate Compliance, and Corporate Citizenship
Carlos G6mez-Jara Diez
97      Reservations about Overcriminalization
Douglas Husak
108     Terrorism and Criminal Law: The Dream of Prevention,
the Nightmare of the Rule of Law
Manuel Cancio MeiM
123     A Comparison Between Continental European and
Anglo-American Approaches to Overcriminalization
and Some Remarks on How to Deal with It
Fernando Molina
139     The Moralist Strikes Back
Leo Zaibert
162     Causation and Responsibility: An Essay in Law, Morals,
and Metaphysics. By Michael S. Moore
Marcelo Ferrante

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