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Solicitation - Bibliography

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American Law Institute. Model Penal Code and Commentaries: Official Draft and Revised Comments. Philadelphia: ALI, 1985.

Annotation. "Construction and Effect of Statutes Making Solicitation to Commit Crime a Substantive Offense." American Law Reports, vol. 51. 2d series. Rochester, N.Y.: Lawyers Cooperative, 1957, pp. 953–962.

Annotation. "Solicitation to Crime as a Substantive Common-law Offense." American Law Reports, Annotated 35 (1925): 961–969.

BLACKBURN, JAMES B. "Solicitation to Crimes." West Virginia Law Quarterly 40 (1934): 135–150.

CURRAN, JOHN W. "Solicitations: A Substantive Crime." Minnesota Law Review 17 (1933): 499–512.

LAFAVE, WAYNE R., and SCOTT, AUSTIN W., JR. Handbook on Criminal Law, 2nd ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West, 1986.

ROBBINS, IRA P. "Double Inchoate Crimes." Harv. J. Legis 26 (1989): 1–116.

TORCIA, CHARLES E., ed. Wharton's Criminal Law, 15th ed. Deerfield, Ill.: Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1989.

WECHSLER, HERBERT; JONES, WILLIAM KENNETH; and KORN, HAROLD L. "The Treatment of Inchoate Crimes in the Model Penal Code of the American Law Institute: Attempt, Solicitation, and Conspiracy." Columbia Law Review 61 (1961): 571–628.

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