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Hate Crimes Law, 2021 ed.

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2021
ISBN: 9781731993335
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: N/A

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Whether you're representing a victim in a civil action or you're challenging prosecution on constitutional issues, Hate Crimes Law, 2020 ed. gives you the most current analysis and expert legal guidance concerning the federal and state statutes that were specifically enacted to punish or enhance the punishment for acts of bias-motivated crimes.

In this work, you'll find:

  • Analysis of the types of conduct that fall under a particular type of statute
  • Discussions of elements of proof and potential areas for constitutional challenge
  • Analysis of recent U.S. Supreme Court constitutional cases
  • A jurisdictional review appendix, with a state-by-state listing of statutes and cases involving hate crimes
  • Examples of monetary damage and injunctive relief for victims of hate crimes
  • A guide to the constitutional issues related to the federal hate crime statutes
  • Federal criminal civil rights statutes that are used to prosecute hate crimes
  • Constitutional issues related to the federal hate crime statutes
  • Federal sentencing issues
  • State criminal laws