White Collar Crime: Law and Practice

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Jerold H. Israel
Thomson/West, 2003 - Law - 895 pages
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Overall, the book is designed to promote student appreciation of the interaction in the white collar field of legal doctrines. The material exposes students to how legal transactions involved in a single white collar crime case can require consideration of substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, administrative procedure, corporate law, evidence, civil procedure, sentencing law, and highly specialized regulatory law. The book also allows students to appreciate the influence of administrative policies and the influence of the basic "culture" of white collar criminal practice. Provides a unique combination of traditional materials (cases and statutes) and not-so-traditional materials (e.g., newspaper articles, forms, and practice manuals).

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Contents

Table of Cases
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Table of Statutes Standards and Court Rules
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Introduction
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