Other Free Encyclopedias » Law Library - American Law and Legal Information » Crime and Criminal Law » Bank Robbery - Bibliography

Bank Robbery - Bibliography

law act sentence federal

Comment. "A General Sentence Is To Be Imposed for a Conviction Consisting of Several Counts Charging Violation of the Federal Bank Robbery Act but the Term Shall Not Exceed the Maximum Permissible Sentence on the Count That Carries the Greatest Maximum Sentence." Houston Law Review 9 (1972): 579–586.

CONKLIN, JOHN E. Robbery and the Criminal Justice System. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1972.

DRECHSLER, C. T. "Annotation: Validity and Construction of Federal Bank Robbery Act." American Law Report Annotated, 2d series, vol. 59. Rochester, N.Y.: Lawyers Cooperative, 1958. Pages 946–1011.

LEE, PATRICIA E. "Bank Robbery Act: Fraud or Larceny." George Washington Law Review 50 (1982): 656–670.

O'KEEFE, JOSEPH JAMES. The Men Who Robbed Brink's: The Inside Story of One of the Most Famous Holdups in the History of Crime, as Told by Specs O'Keefe to Bob Considine, in Cooperation with the FBI. New York: Random House, 1961.

WHARTON, FRANCIS. Wharton's Criminal Law, vol. 4. 14th ed. Edited by Charles E. Torcia. Rochester, N.Y.: Lawyers Co-operative, 1978.

User Comments

Your email address will be altered so spam harvesting bots can't read it easily.
Hide my email completely instead?

Cancel or