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August 2, 2012

What can/should the US learn about criminal procedure from three of its historic overseas allies?

Other than the UK, the three most important and historic overseas allies of the United States have been France, Spain and Israel.  These also happen to be the countries discussed in the last three student papers to be posted, which come courtesy of Ren, Blaise and Alex, respectively.

Below I have uploaded the mid-term papers of Ren, Blaise and Alex, and I highly encourage everyone to read these papers closely and then share comments concerning the question in the title of this post.

Download Hirsch on Israel

Download Katter on Spain

Download Unnithan on France

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