Written by:

Markus D. Dubber

SUNY Buffalo Law School
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Mark G. Kelman

Stanford Law School
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About the Casebook

Preface (HTML)
Preface (PDF)
Table of Contents
Sample Chapter 1
Sample Chapter 4

Teacher Resources

Password Required Teacher’s eManual
Password Required Teacher eSupplement
Password Required eMPC
Password Required Supplemental Cases
Password RequiredCALI Lessons


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The Teacher eSupplement provides teachers with an extensive suite of supplementary materials on one CD-ROM. Contents include:
  • eMPC (electronic version of Model Penal Code hyperlinked and annotated with cases, statutes, and comments)

  • Analytic Structure of American Criminal Law (conceptual flowchart keyed to eMPC)

  • Supplemental Cases (incl. hundreds of additional cases and longer versions of casebook cases)

  • Sample Syllabi

  • Teacher’s eManual (electronic version of teacher’s manual)

  • CALI Lessons (interactive student tutorials)
    1. Actus Reus
    2. Causation
    3. Consent
    4. Constitutional Limitations: Legality
    5. Constitutional Limitations: Eighth Amendment
    6. Excuses I: Duress, Entrapment, Mistake
    7. Excuses II: Insanity and Infancy
    8. Presumption of Innocence (Burden of Proof & Presumptions)
    9. Punishment Theories
    10. Sources of Criminal Law
These electronic resources are also available here, on the casebook’s companion website, to professors who have adopted the casebook for their class.

Note that teachers can incorporate several of the accessible materials into their classroom instruction. They might, for instance, project the eMPC, the Analytic Structure, Supplemental Cases or CALI Lessons onto a large screen to facilitate and structure student participation or to supplement a lecture (as Dubber has done for several years).

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