Rethinking Criminal Law

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Table of Cases
Abbott v. Queen, 651, 832
Adams v. Williams, 230, 231
Aguilar v. Texas, 772
Allen v. United States, 866
Almeida, Commonwealth v., 309, 310
Anderson, People v., 254, 255
Anderson v. State, 727
Andrews v. Director of Public Prosecutions, 263
Antick, People v., 315, 316, 648
Arp v. State, 830
Ashley, People v., 11, 12, 130
Ashton, United States v., 789
Ashwell, The Queen v., 109, 110
Ashworth, People v., 39
Avey v. State, 849
Azadian, United States v., 644, 664, 665
Backun v. United States, 675
Balint, United States v., 719, 720, 722
Banks v. State, 265
Banks, Rex v., 103
Barker, The King v., 142
Barker, United States v. (514 F.2d 208), 807
Barker, United States v. (546 F.2d 940), 737, 756, 757
Barry, People v., 128
Bass, The King v., 63
Bazeley, The King v., 34
Beard, Director of Public Prosecutions v., 283, 306, 327
Beard, Regina v., 447
Beard v. United States, 866, 868
Beardsley, People v., 613, 614
Bedder v. Director of Public Prosecutions, 248
Belous, People v., 376, 571
Benjamin, People v., 305
Benton v. United States, 199, 200, 201
Berrigan, United States v., 156, 157 161-64, 183
Bitzer, Commonwealth v., 531
Blackburn v. Commonwealth, 92
Blocker v. United States, 840
Bolish v. Commonwealth, 309
Bolton v. Harris, 541
Dr. Bonham's Case, 780
Bonnone, United States v., 43
Boo Doo Hong, People v., 517, 531
Boss, People v., 318
Bourbonnaise v. State, 50
Bourne, Regina v., 830
Bourne, Rex v., 569, 789
Brawner v. United States, 836, 841, 842
Brinkley v. State, 266
Brooks, Regina v., 92
Brooks v. Superior Court, 313
Brown v. Kendall, 240
Brown, People v. ( 1894), 7, 96
Brown, People v. ( 1972), 828
Brown, United States v. ( 1965), 633
Brown v. United States, 868
Bubb, Regina v., 612
Budge, State v., 287
Buffalo Pharmacal Co., Inc., United States v., 718
Burns v. State, 18
Burton, People v., 316
Bush, People v., 305
Bush v. Commonwealth, 361
Butterfield v. State, 797
Byrd, People v., 305
Byrne, Regina v., 251
Cabaltero, People v., 293, 308
Cabbage, Rex v., 7
Cahill, State v., 828

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