The revision of American criminal legislation, both state and federal, has been for many years one of the most insistently required tasks of law reform. Even yet its urgency and importance are not fully realized. There are, however, signs that a genuine movement toward rethinking and restating our criminal jurisprudence is under way. This Symposium seeks to give encouragement and guidance to the revision movement by collecting relevant experience and reflections from a few of those who participated in pioneering ventures in criminal law codification.
Francis A. Allen,
Symposium: Recondification of the Criminal Laws,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjlr/vol4/iss3/2