Congress and Crime

Congress and Crime

Congress in the latter part of the nineteenth century decided to enact a series of statutes facilitating state enforcement of their respective criminal laws. Subsequently, Congress enacted statutes federalizing what had been solely state crimes, thereby establishing federal court and state court concurrent jurisdiction over these crimes.

Federalization of state crimes has been criticized by numerous scholars, U.S. Supreme Court justices, and national organizations.… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (August 06, 2014)

Page count: 206 pages

Language: English


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