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Criminal jurisdiction

Here are entered works on the territorial limitation of criminal law and on the conflict of jurisdictions in the administration of criminal law.

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  • Conflict of laws -- Criminal law
  • Criminal law -- Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of criminal jurisdiction
  • Criminal procedure -- Conflict of laws
  • Conflict of laws -- Criminal procedure
  • Exterritorial crime
Filed under: Criminal jurisdiction Filed under: Criminal jurisdiction -- Africa

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Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- Cuba Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- England -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- Maryland -- Cases Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- Massachusetts -- Cases
  • [Info] Case of The Slave-Child, Med: Report of the Arguments of Counsel, and of the Opinion of the Court in the Case of Commonwealth vs. Aves, Tried and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (Boston: I. Knapp, 1836), contrib. by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- New Jersey -- Cases Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- Pennsylvania -- Cases
  • [Info] Case of Passmore Williamson: Report of the Proceedings on the Writ of Habeas Corpus, Issued by the Hon. John K. Kane, Judge of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in the Case of the United States of America Ex Rel. John H. Wheeler vs. Passmore Williamson, Including the Several Opinions Delivered; and the Arguments of Counsel, Reported by Arthur Cannon, Esq., Phonographer (Philadelphia: U. Hunt and Son, 1856), ed. by Arthur Cannon, contrib. by United States District Court, Pennsylvania Eastern District and John H. Wheeler
Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- United States Filed under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- United States -- CasesFiled under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- VirginiaFiled under: Slavery -- Law and legislation -- Washington (D.C.)Filed under: Slavery -- Brazil -- Law and legislationFiled under: Torture (International law) Filed under: Torture (International law) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Filed under: Conflict of laws -- Antitrust law Filed under: Conflict of laws -- Civil procedure -- United StatesFiled under: Conflict of laws -- Competition, Unfair Filed under: Conflict of laws -- Marital property -- United StatesFiled under: Conflict of laws -- Great BritainFiled under: Conflict of laws -- JurisdictionFiled under: Conflict of laws -- Trademarks Filed under: Domicile -- United StatesFiled under: Foreign law, Pleading and proof of -- United StatesFiled under: Judgments, Foreign -- United States Filed under: Criminal law Filed under: Criminal law -- Africa Filed under: Criminal law -- Curaçao Filed under: Criminal law -- Haiti Filed under: Criminal law -- Illinois Filed under: Criminal law -- India Filed under: Criminal law -- Michigan

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