Public Corruption covers the law of public corruption. Drawing on key cases, recent court filings, and other practice materials, this book examines the range of criminal statutes that come into play when a federal, state, or local official serves his or her own interest ahead of the public good, as well as statutes that are intended to regulate the political process more generally. The book incorporates doctrinal, theoretical, and practical approaches to this topic, and includes hypotheticals and skills exercises to guide discussion. This book is a valuable teaching tool for seminars and lecture courses on white collar crime.
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