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Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure

Treatises, Hornbooks, and Other Resources
Model Penal Code and Commentaries
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
Current Awareness Resources
Journals
Statistics
Government Reports and Research Institute Reports
Websites
Research Guides and Tutorials
Law School Programs

Treatises, Hornbooks, and Other Resources

Model Penal Code and Commentaries

The Model Penal Code is a proposed criminal code drafted by the American Law Institute and used as the basis for criminal law revision by many states.

Print: XXKF9219.A74, D'Angelo Law Library, Reserve Room & Bookstacks
LexisNexis: MODPEN
Westlaw: ULA-MPC

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure are "rules of general applicability that apply in criminal matters heard in all United States District Courts. Each U.S. District Court also has its own local rules, which supplement the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure."

Print: XXKF62 2000.A2, D'Angelo Law Library, Reading Room & Bookstacks (appendix to Title 18 of the United States Code)
Print: XXKF65.W48, D'Angelo Law Library, Reading Room (U.S.C.A.)
Print: XXKF65.L39, D'Angelo Law Library, Reading Room (U.S.C.S.)
LexisNexis: FRCRP (provides expert commentary from the National Institute for Trial Advocacy)
Westlaw: US-RULES (open Table of Contents and limit searches to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure)

For state criminal codes and criminal procedure laws, consult the Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute.

Current Awareness Resources

BNA Reporters

Blogs

Journals

Law Journals

To find other law journals, search the Library Catalog, Lens, or the Library's E-journals list.

Non-Law Journals

Statistics

Government and Research Institute Reports

Government Reports

Research Institute Reports

Websites

Government Websites

For a more complete list of federal criminal justice agencies, please consult the list of Federal Criminal Justice Agencies from the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University.

Other Websites

Research Guides and Tutorials

Law School Programs

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