Federal Criminal Law
First published Aug 2022 and updated Dec 2022
(Darryl Brown, 1st ed. 2022)
This casebook is designed for a basic course in U.S. federal criminal law. Materials are selected for particular attention on transnational applications of federal law. To that end, the book integrates materials on international law, especially as it is recognized by or incorporated into U.S. law; informs assertions of jurisdiction on conduct outside of U.S. territory; affects the scope of congressional authority; and regulates the activities of U.S. agencies outside U.S. territory. Substantive topics include trafficking offenses; fraud, bribery and corruption offenses; terrorism crimes; conspiracy; and obstruction of justice.
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