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Inchoate crimes

also here.

and doctrines of imputation

and here.

This podcast includes not just all of the information we studied on homicide (the generic term for a crime that results in death), but also the next topic we will consider, causation. That means you may not be familiar with the topic at the end of the podcast; don’t worry. We’ll get to it.

And you can click here to open a new window. Right click or command click to download.

We have finished two more topics in criminal law.

The theories of punishment:

and right (or command) click here to download it.

Culpability:

and right (or command) click here to download it.

I have two podcasts ready for all of you for federal courts: the introductory material

Or download by right clicking: Intro

and justiciability

or: justiciability

Or maybe it does. We have covered two podcasts worth of material already in Criminal Law. Don’t worry, there won’t usually be a podcast for every week of class. It’s just the learning curve works to frontload a lot of important material.

Here is the introductory podcast:

Or right click this link to download it: Crim law intro

And here is the legality podcast:

And downloadable link: Legality

Here is the podcast on suing government actors.

And if you need to download it, here is that link.

I decided not to do one on the statutory control of interference by federal courts into state actions. That section is fairly straightforward and short. I didn’t think a podcast would add anything. I also didn’t include in the suing government actors podcast some of the substantive constitutional law we looked at in the section 1983 chapter. I actually have an old podcast covering that and some additional constitutional law from when I taught a class on constitutional litigation. If people really want that (even though it goes beyond what we learned), just let me know, and I’ll post it.

Happy reviewing!

Federal courts

I realized that most of the federal courts podcasts I updated in the fall are fine for this spring. There are a few more that I’ll add, too, this week, like section 1983, suing the federal government, and statutory control of the relationship between state and federal courts.

Justiciability: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Jurisdiction stripping: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Article I courts: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Federal question jurisdiction: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Law to be applied and federal common law: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Scotus review: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Immunity: play here

or click this link to open a player in a new window–right (control) click to download.

Here are the updated podcasts for disparate impact, retaliation, and harassment. We are caught up with what I have traditionally done. I do often cover the ADA in a podcast, but I think that this year, that is going to be part of our reading.

Disparate impact:

go here to listen in a new window or right click (control click) to download: http://mcblogmick.classcaster.net/files/2013/03/Disparate-Impact.mp3

Harassment:

go here to listen in a new window or right click (control click) to download: http://mcblogmick.classcaster.net/files/2011/04/harassment.mp3

Retaliation:

go here to listen in a new window or right click (control click) to download: http://mcblogmick.classcaster.net/files/2015/04/retaliation.mp3

I’m in the process of updating all of the podcasts for both classes this weekend, having realized that I had not kept up through the semester. Here’s the first one–disparate treatment for employment discrimination. I’ll add more as I get them done.

Disparate treatment–play here:

Or click this link to open a player–right (control) click to download.

The last three

I’m done updating the podcasts for the semester. Here they are:

Supreme Court review:

Immunity:

Abstention:

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