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Hey, I'm trying to decide which supplements to buy for what classes and for Criminal Law I was assigned one book titled Understanding Criminal Law (5th edition) by Dressler. The only supplement I can find is: Legalines on Criminal Law, 3d--Keyed to Dressler. Does the 3d mean that it is probably not helpful with the 3rd edition? Or do you think that a lot probably has not changed, and it would still be very helpful? Also, any more suggestions on supplements would be awesome! Thanks.
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sweatingbanshee wrote:My professor recommends the 5th edition. I can get what I believe is the 4th edition for $2 on Amazon. It says "student edition" for some reason. Any reason I should go for the more expensive option?
Absolutely fine to use the sightly older one. I got an older version and it was immensely helpful. Trust me, there are no changes of note, and no reason to spend the extra money on a new copy.
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