A Portable Guide to Federal Conspiracy Law: Tactics and Strategies for Criminal and Civil Cases
Updating and expanding the 1996 edition, this book provides an overview of federal conspiracy law, with emphasis on practical application in both criminal and civil trials. It takes the practitioner through all stages of a trial, including discovery and pre-trial through to sentencing.
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Elements of a Conspiracy
Factual Impossibility Will Not Defeat Agreement
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