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fed crim law is different than your basic 1L crim, so while there might be some overlap, it won't be a lot. fed crim is lightly taught across the country, so there's not a great market for supps, OP. that was one of the only exam classes i ever took without any aid from a supplement, since i couldnt really find one
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I don't know if you would necessarily even need a supplement. The Model Penal Code has your back. So much of fed crim is statutory now, especially sentencing, and all the important cases are SCOTUS decisions you can Google.