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Excuse: Intoxication - Bibliography

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ASHWORTH, ANDREW. Principles of Criminal Law. 2d ed. Oxford, U.K.: Clarendon Press, 1995.

DRESSLER, JOSHUA. Understanding Criminal Law. 2d ed. New York: Matthew Bender/Irwin, 1995.

KEITER, MICHAEL. "Just Say No Excuse: The Rise and Fall of the Intoxication Defense." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 87 (1997): 482.

HORDER, JEREMY. "Sobering Up? The Law Commission on Criminal Intoxication." Modern Law Review 58 ( July 1995): 534.

MITCHELL, CHESTER N. "The Intoxicated Offender—Refuting the Legal and Medical Myths." International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 11 (1988): 11.

ORCHARD, GERALD."Surviving with Majewski—A View From Down Under."Criminal Law Review (1993): 426.

PARKER, ROBERT NASH, with REBHUN, LINDAANNE. Alcohol and Homicide: A Deadly Combination of Two American Traditions. Albany, N.Y.: State University of Albany Press, 1995.

PILLSBURY, SAMUEL H. "Crimes of Indifference." Rutgers Law Journal 49 (1996): 105.

SHINER, ROGER. "Intoxication and Responsibility." International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 13 (1990): 9.

SWEITZER, BRETT G. "Implicit Redefinitions, Evidentiary Proscriptions, and Guilty Minds: Intoxicated Wrongdoers after Montana v. Eglehoff." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 146 (1997): 269.

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