May 5, 2010
By Brian W. Walsh and Tiffany M. Joslyn
About the Organizations
Criminal Punishment Requires Culpability and Fair Notice
The Proliferation of Criminal Offenses with Inadequate Mens Rea Requirements Undermines Federal Criminal Law
Rationale and Summary of Methodology
Mens Rea Data Analysis, Calculations, and Findings
Conclusions on the Legislative Process
Ending the Trend: Federal Criminal Law Reforms
The Mens Rea Analysis
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