Vol. 28 Nbr. 2, March - March 2016
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- Attempting the unintended: the problems with recognizing an attempted homicide offense that does not require proof of an intent-to-kill.
- From the sophisticated undertakings of the Genovese crime family to the everyday criminal: the loss of congressional intent in modern criminal RICO application.
- Sexting and the fate of first-time offenders in Florida.
- Colleges and universities: a place to get away with rape.