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Список использованных источников и литературы

1) Нормативные источники и иные официальные материалы

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Richmond, Virginia, 1803.

2. A Collection of Original Papers Relative to the History of the Colony of Massachusets-Bay. Boston, 1796.

3. A Digest of the Laws of the State of Georgia / Ed. by R. Watkins, G. Watkins. Philadelphia, 1800.

4. An Alphabetical Digest of the Public Statute Law of South Carolina / Ed. by J. Brevard. Charleston, South Carolina, 1814.

5. Association of the Bar of the City of New York: Third Annual Report of the Special Committee to Urge the Rejection of the Proposed Civil Code. New York, 1883.

6. Cases Overruled, Doubted, or Limited in Their Application. Taken from American and English Reports. By Simon Greenleaf, Counsellor at Law // The North American Review. 1822. Vol. 15. N. 36.

7. Capitall Lawes of Connecticut, Established by the Generall Court The First of December, 1642 // The Blue Laws of New Haven Colony, Usually Called Blue Laws of Connecticut. Hartford, Connecticut, 1838.

8. Constitution and Laws of the State of New-Hampshire. Dover, New Hampshire, 1805.

9. Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston, 1883.

10. Draft of a Penal Code for the State of New York. Albany, New York, 1864.

11. Final Report of the Kentucky Penal Code Revision Project of the Criminal Justice Council. Frankfort, Kentucky, 2003.

12. Index to the Laws and Resolutions of the State of Maryland from 1800 to 1813 / Ed. by F. Green. Annapolis, Maryland, 1815.

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13. Iowa Criminal Code and Digest and Criminal Pleading and Practice / Ed. by J.C. Davis. Des Moines, Iowa, 1879.

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24. Report of Commissioners Appointed to Consider and Report Upon the Practicability and Expediency of Reducing to a Written and Systematic Code the Common Law of Massachusetts. Boston, 1837.

25. Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Revise the Penal Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1825.

26. Report of the Commissioners on the Penal Code. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1825.

27. Report of the Commissioners to Examine the Codes. Sacramento, California,

28. Report of the Committee on the Establishment of a Permanent Organization for Improvement of the Law Proposing the Establishment of an American Law Institute. Philadelphia, 1923.

29. Report of the Council to the Membership of The American Law Institute on the Matter of the Death Penalty. Philadelphia, 2009.

30. Report of the Debates and Proceedings of the Convention for the Revision of the Constitution of the State of Kentucky. Frankfort, Kentucky, 1849.

31. Report of the Joint Interim Committee on the Missouri Criminal Code.

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32. Report of the Second Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association. Philadelphia, 1879.

33. Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Superior Court and Supreme Court of Errors, from July A.D. 1789 to June A.D. 1793 / Ed. by J. Root. Hartford, Connecticut, 1798.

34. Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Superior Court of the State of Connecticut, from the Year 1785 to May 1788 / Ed. by E. Kirby. Litchfield, Connecticut, 1789.

35. Revised Statutes and Laws of the Territory of New Mexico. St. Louis, 1835.

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41. The Code of the State of Georgia. Atlanta, 1861. P. 813-923.

42. The Colonial Laws of Massachusetts / Ed. by W.H. Whitmore. Littleton, Colorado, 1995.

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49. The Penal Code of the State of Texas.

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50. The Perpetual Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Worcester, Massachusetts, 1788.

51. The Political Code of the State of New York: Reported Complete by the Commissioners of the Code. Albany, New York, 1859.

52. The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America from the Organization of the Government in 1789, to March 3, 1845 / Ed. by R. Peters. Vol.

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53. The Revised Code of the Laws of Virginia / Ed. by W.B. Leigh. Richmond, Virginia, 1819.

54. The Revised Statutes of the State of Indiana. Indianapolis, 1838.

55. The Revised Statutes of the State of Maine. Hallowell, Maine, 1847.

56. The Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri. St. St. Louis, 1865.

57. The Revised Statutes of the State of New Hampshire. Concord, New Hampshire, 1851.

58. The Revised Statutes of the State of New-York. Albany, New York, 1829.

59. The Revised Statutes of the State of North Carolina. Raleigh, North Carolina, 1837.

60. The Statutes at Large of South Carolina. Columbia, South Carolina, 1837.

61. The Statutes at Large: Being a Collection of all the Laws of Virginia / Ed. by W.W. Hening. New York, 1821.

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2) Судебная практика

1. U.S. v. Hudson and Goodwin, 11 U.S. 32 (1812).

2. Gibbons v. Ogden, 22 US. 1 (1824).

3. U.S. v. Paul, 31 U.S. 141 (1832).

4. U.S. v. Hirsch, 100 U.S. 35 (1879).

5. U.S. v. Bowen, 100 U.S. 513 (1879).

6. Hamilton v. Rathbone, 175 U.S. 421 (1899).

7. Hoke v. U.S., 227 U.S. 308 (1913).

8. Brooks v. U.S., 267 U.S. 432 (1925).

9. Perez v. U.S., 402 U.S. 146 (1971).

10. U.S. v. Lopez, 514 U.S. 549 (1995).

11. U.S. v. Morrison, 529 U.S. 598 (2000).

12. U.S. v. Booker, 543 U.S. 220 (2005).

13. Gonzales v. Raich, 545 U.S. 1 (2005).

14. Gall v. U.S., 552 U.S. 38 (2007).

15. Kimbrough v. U.S., 552 U.S. 85 (2007).

3) Литература

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3. Бержель Ж.-Л. Общая теория права / Под общ. ред. В.И. Даниленко. М., 2000.

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5. Бэкон Ф. Сочинения в двух томах. М., 1977.

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8. Давид Р., Жоффре-Спинози К. Основные правовые системы современности / Пер. с франц. В.А. Туманова. М., 2003.

9. Додонов В. Н. Сравнительное уголовное право. М., 2009.

10. Дусаев Р.Н. Эволюция уголовного права стран Западной Европы и США. Ч. 1.: Эволюция уголовного права в франко-германской системе права. Петрозаводск, 1999.

11. История США. В 4-х томах / Гл. ред. Севостьянов Г.Н. М., 1985.

12. Кабрияк Р. Кодификации / Пер. с франц. Л.В. Головко. М., 2007.

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15. Козочкин И.Д. Некоторые основные тенденции развития американского уголовного права (источники, институты учения о преступлении) // Государство и право. 2011. № 10. С. 65-81.

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19. Козочкин И.Д. Характеристика систем особенной части американского уголовного законодательства // Вестник РУДН, сер. Юридические науки. 2003. № 1. С. 24-29.

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- Авторское право - Аграрное право - Адвокатура - Административное право - Административный процесс - Антимонопольно-конкурентное право - Арбитражный (хозяйственный) процесс - Аудит - Банковская система - Банковское право - Бизнес - Бухгалтерский учет - Вещное право - Государственное право и управление - Гражданское право и процесс - Денежное обращение, финансы и кредит - Деньги - Дипломатическое и консульское право - Договорное право - Жилищное право - Земельное право - Избирательное право - Инвестиционное право - Информационное право - Исполнительное производство - История - История государства и права - История политических и правовых учений - Конкурсное право - Конституционное право - Корпоративное право - Криминалистика - Криминология - Маркетинг - Медицинское право - Международное право - Менеджмент - Муниципальное право - Налоговое право - Наследственное право - Нотариат - Обязательственное право - Оперативно-розыскная деятельность - Права человека - Право зарубежных стран - Право социального обеспечения - Правоведение - Правоохранительная деятельность - Предпринимательское право - Семейное право - Страховое право - Судопроизводство - Таможенное право - Теория государства и права - Трудовое право - Уголовно-исполнительное право - Уголовное право - Уголовный процесс - Философия - Финансовое право - Хозяйственное право - Хозяйственный процесс - Экологическое право - Экономика - Ювенальное право - Юридическая деятельность - Юридическая техника - Юридические лица -