Criminal law in the age of the administrative state

New York, NY: Oxford University Press (2019)
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Abstract

Criminal law as public law -- Criminal law as public law -- Criminal law as public law -- Mass incarceration and the theory of punishment -- Reasons to criminalize -- Formalism and pragmatism in criminal procedure -- Responsibility without resentment.

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