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FINAL REPORT

OF THE

U.Z.NATIONAL COMMISSION ON REFORM

OF FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAWS ,

A PROPOSED NEW
FEDERAL CRIMINAL CODE
(Title 18, United States Code)

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON, D.C.: 1971

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Off.co

Washington, D.C. 20402 - $1.75

THE NATIONAL COMMISSION ON REFORM OF

FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAWS

HON. EDMUND G. BROWN OF CALIFORNIA

Chairman CONGRESSMAN RICHARD H. POFF OF VIRGINIA

Vice Chairman U.S. CIRCUIT JUDGE GEORGE C. EDWARDS, JR. OF MICHIGAN

SENATOR SAM J. ERVIN, JR. OF NORTH CAROLINA U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE A. LEON HIGGINBOTHAM, JR. OF PENNA.

SENATOR ROMAN L. HRUSKA OF NEBRASKA CONGRESSMAN ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER OF WISCONSIN U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE THOMAS J. MacBRIDE OF CALIFORNIA

SENATOR JOHN L. MCCLELLAN OF ARKANSAS
CONGRESSMAN ABNER J. MIKVA OF ILLINOIS

DONALD SCOTT THOMAS, ESQ. OF TEXAS
THEODORE VOORHEES, ESQ. OF DIST. COL.

U.S. Circuit Judge James M. Carter of California and Congressman Don Edwards of California served as members of the Commission from its inception until December 1967 and October 1969, respectively. Advisory Committee

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HON. Tom C. CLARK, Chairman
MAJ. GEN. CHARLES L. DECKER DEAN Louis H. POLLAK
HON. BRIAN P. GETTINGS CECIL F. POOLE, ESQ.
(from Oct. 1969)

MILTON G. RECTOR
HON. PATRICIA ROBERTS HARRIS

HON. ELLIOT L. RICHARDSON FRED B. HELMS, ESQ.

(to Apr. 1969) HON. BYRON O. HOUSE

Gus TYLER (to Nov. 1969) (to Sept. 1969)

PROF. JAMES VORENBERG HON. HOWARD R. LEARY

WILLIAM F. WALSH, ESQ. ROBERT M. MORGENTHAU, ESQ. PROF. MARVIN E. WOLFGANG Staff

Louis B. SCHWARTZ, Director

RICHARD A. GREEN, Deputy Director
JOHN W. DEAN, III, Associate NANCY M. CLARKSON, Counsel
Director (to Feb. 1969)

LEE Cross, Counsel
DAVID P. BANCROFT, Associate THOMAS F. Hogan, Counsel
Director (from Dec. 1969)

DANIEL J. POCHODA, Counsel BURTON C. Agata, Senior Counsel

JOHN A. TERRY, Counsel MILTON M. STEIN, Senior Counsel Temporary Counsel: Sandor Frankel, Marshall T. Golding, Paula R.

Markowitz, Steven R. Rivkin, David Robinson. Research Assistants: Richard Agulia, Judy R. Brody, Kerry L.

Cathcart, Rebecca Hanslin, Anne Hewitt, Charles L. Renda,

Howard Stahl. Clerical Staff: Ann Felegy, Betty M. Palmer, Barbara I. Mohammed,

Jane E. Thomas, Leamond Meekins, Pauline T. Bischoff, Patricia L. Connally.

Consultants GERALD H. ABRAMS, Professor at Rutgers Univ. Law School (Camden)

(Proof and Presumptions). NORMAN ABRAMS, Professor at U.C.L.A. School of Law (Federal

Jurisdiction; Assimilated Offenses; Fugitive Felon Act). BURTON C. Agata, Professor at Univ. of Houston Law School (Ob

struction of Justice). PAUL BENDER, Professor at Univ. of Pennsylvania Law School

(Obscenity Controls). G. ROBERT BLAKEY, Professor at Notre Dame Law School; Chief

Counsel to the Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee (Conspiracy and Orga

nized Crime). ROBERT G. Dixon, JR., Professor at George Washington Univ. Law

School (Immunity; Civil Rights and Elections). STEVEN DUKE, Professor at Yale Law School (Protecting Federal

Revenues). Ronald L. GOLDFARB, Practicing Attorney, Washington, D.C.

(Contempt). JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN, Professor at Yale Law School (Riots). PETER W. Low, Professor at Univ. of Virginia School of Law

(Sentencing; Theft: Forgery and Other Fraudulent Practices). ROBERT G. MORVILLO, Practicing Attorney, New York, N.Y. (Gam

bling).

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