17 Criminal Code Revision Compilation [i] (1981-1982)

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Vol. 17
CRIMINAL CODE REVISION
-COMPILATION-
(95th Congress)
HOUSE BILLS
95th Congress:
35) H.R. 2311, the Federal Criminal Law Revision and
Constitutional Rights Preservation Act of 1976, as
introduced by Mr. Cohen and referred to the House
Judiciary Committee, 95th Congress, January 24,
1977.
H.R. 6869, a bill to codify, revise, and reform
title 18 of the United States Code, as introduced
by Mr. Rodino and referred to the House Judiciary
Committee, 95th Congress, May 3, 1977.
(Unavailable for inclusion)
36) Tentative Draft of H.R. 13959, the Criminal Justice
Improvements Act of 1978, as intended to be
introduced, 95th Congress, June 27, 1978.
H.R. 13959 as introduced by Mr. Mann and referred
to the House Judiciary Committee, August 17, 1978.
(Unavailable for inclusion)
SENATE BILLS
95th Congress:
37) S. 1437, the Criminal Code Reform Act of 1977, as
introduced by Mr. McClellan and referred to the
Senate Judiciary Committee, 95th Congress, May 2,
1977.
38) Senate Amendment No. 816 as intended to be proposed
to S. 1437 by Mr. Robert C. Byrd, August 4, 1977.

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