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United States v. Ursery

Further Readings

  • Brand, Rachel. "Civil Forfeiture as Jeopardy." Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, fall 1996, pp. 292-309.
  • Costigan, Matthew. "Go Directly to Jail, Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Keep House." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, spring 1997, pp. 719-50.
  • "Criminal Law--Double Jeopardy--Sixth Circuit Overturns Criminal Conviction of Drug Manufacturer After Settlement of Civil Forfeiture as Violation of the Double Jeopardy Clause." Harvard Law Review, February 1996, pp. 852- 57.
  • Gibeaut, John. "One Toke Over the Line: A Pot Grower's Supreme Court Loss Scuttles Double Jeopardy Challenges by Drunk Drivers, Sex Abusers." ABA Journal, September 1996, p. 28.
  • "Prisoners, Defendants Get a 1-2 Punch from the Justices." The National Law Journal, July 8, 1996, p. A12.
  • Savage, David G. "Asset Seizure Is Not Double Jeopardy, High Court Rules." Los Angeles Times, June 25, 1996, p. A1.
  • Schroeder, William R. "Civil Forfeiture: Recent Supreme Court Cases." The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, October 10, 1996, pp. 28-32.
  • Witt, Elder. Congressional Quarterly's Guide to the Supreme Court, 2nd ed. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1990.

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