Prosecution and Defense of Criminal Conspiracy Cases
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Complete coverage including complex evidentiary matters, constitutional issues, and practical considerations.
Coverage of substantive problems, such as requirements of agreement, overt act, and specific intent; procedural problems, such as venue, joint defendant questions, co-conspirators' declarations, and the hearsay exception, complicity, and double jeopardy
Chapter on federal conspiracy principles
Every state and federal conspiracy statute in convenient tables
Bibliographies and key sample indictments
Comments on future trends in the law
Discussion of RICO conspiracy issues
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Table of contents
Ch. 1 Development and Purposes of Conspiracy Law
Ch. 2 Elements of the Crime of Conspiracy
Ch. 3 Initiating the Conspiracy Prosecution, Wharton's Rule, Venue
Ch. 4 Scope of the Conspiracy: Number of Agreements, RICO, Duration
Ch. 5 Co-Conspirators' Declarations: The Hearsay Exception
Ch. 6 Joint Defendant Trials
Ch. 7 The Convicted Conspirator: Punishment
Ch. 8 First Amendment Issues
Ch. 9 Federal Conspiracy Law
Ch. 10 The Future of Conspiracy Law
Ch. 11 Practical Considerations in Conspiracy Trials
Appendix A The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure Relating to Conspiracy
Appendix B Federal Statutes Relating to Conspiracy
Appendix C State Statutes Relating to Conspiracy
Appendix D Model Penal Code Sections Relating to Conspiracy
Appendix E Proposed Revision of Title 18, U.S.C., Sections Relating to Conspiracy (Brown Commission
Appendix F Criminal Justice Reform Act of 1975, Sections Relating to Conspiracy
Appendix G Criminal Code Reform Act of 1977, Sections Relating to Conspiracy
Appendix H 1925 Attorney General's Annual Report
Appendix I United States v. McVeigh - Defendant's Motion for Severance
Appendix J United States v. Peraino - Indictment
Appendix K United States v. Miller - Indictment
Appendix L United States v. Persico - Indictment
Appendix M United States v. Anguilo - Jury Instructions
Appendix N United States v. Poindexter, et al - Indictment
Appendix O United States v. Rogers - Indictment
Appendix P United States v. Bakker - Indictment
Appendix Q United States v. Milken - Plea Agreement and Defendant's Statement
Appendix R United States v. Dempsey - Indictment
Appendix S United States v. Keating - Indictment
Appendix T Attorney General's Memorandum Regarding Dual and Successive Prosecution Policy
Appendix U United States v. Bailin - Defendant's Motion