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There are two ways to put items on course reserve in the library:
If an item is owned by the library, you may email a list of materials you want placed on reserve to include the course name or number, and any restrictions or instructions.
If an item is your personal property, please drop off the materials at the reference desk and complete and attach a reserve request card you may obtain from the librarian.
Books on Reserve
Criminal Law by Current, engaging, and succinct, CRIMINAL LAW, Sixth Edition, describes both the reasoning behind criminal law and the practical applications of that law. It couples a traditional presentation of case law with cutting-edge coverage of recent trends in law. Drawing from the combined legal and practical experience of the authors--a judge and a law professor--the text gives you firsthand insights into the American legal system, and its simple, non-legal language makes it easier to read than other law books. Featuring relevant cases-in-point throughout the text, the authors encourage you not only to learn but also to really think about and understand the law. A new student website also offers samples of case briefings, which provide excellent examples to model your own briefings after. CRIMINAL LAW, Sixth Edition, also utilizes extensive case material, covers the historical background of criminal law, and includes the latest Supreme Court decisions. This is one of two updated "splits" of the combined CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, Seventh Edition (c. 2011), by the same authors.
Call Number: Personal Book
Publication Date: 2011-03-28