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My professor has provided the statutes that will be relevant on the exam. I have a little over a week left before my crim law exam, would it be a good use of my time to analyze those statutes and think of ways I could argue for/against conviction based on the language of the statutes? Or would be better to just not worry about the statutes he gave us and just focus on doing hypos.
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