Source: (2001) University of Pennsylvania Law Review 149(5).
Focuses on the conditions of culpability and punishment in criminal law in the United States. Role of retributism in expressing moral condemnation; Identification of criteria for imposing criminal culpability; Assessment of offenders action by jury judgment.
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