FEDERAL PROSECUTION OF ELECTION OFFENSES
Item #: 65813
Pages: xvi, 326 pp.
Published: Washington; US Department of Justice; Reprinted in 2007.
Series: HEIN'S ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS REPRINT SERIES
Subjects: CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE, CONTEMPORARY LAW
In the United States, as in other democratic societies, itis through the ballot box that the will of the people istranslated into government that serves rather thanoppresses. This book was written to help federal prosecutorsand investigators discharge the responsibility of the UnitedStates Department of Justice in attacking corruption of theelection process with all available statutes and theories ofprosecution. It addresses how the Department handles allfederal election offenses, other than those involving civilrights, which are enforced by the Department's Civil RightsDivision.Includes four significant holdings bearing on the materialcontained in the original book from May of 2007, in August2007.
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