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Double jeopardy and the Federal system, by Leonard G. Miller
Bib ID 2184617
Format BookBook
Author
Miller, Leonard G. (Leonard Gerald), 1937-
 
Description Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1968] 
152 p. 24 cm. 
Notes

A revised and enlarged version of the author's thesis, University of Chicago, 1964.

Bibliography: p. 138-143.

Subjects Criminal jurisdiction -- United States.  |  Double jeopardy -- United States.
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