Pattern criminal jury instructions: report of the Federal Judicial Center Committee to Study Criminal Jury Instructions
Federal Judicial Center. Committee to Study Criminal Jury Instructions, Prentice H. Marshall, Thomas A. Flannery, Patrick E. Higginbotham
Federal Judicial Center, 1982 - Law - 83 pages
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