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Any tips for doing well in crim? Dressler helped a lot. But do you guys have any tips for spotting and analyzing issues? For example, if a question asks for defenses to a crime, I realized that I should try to negate the actus reus and mens rea and then move on to see if there are any justification/excuse defenses.
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Caveat: study for your professor. It seems particularly important to tailor your answers to the prof. If s/he loves discussion of MPC/common law distinction, run that route. If s/he pays particular attention to certain topics, take heed.
When you're done, realize you exercised minimal control over your grade and you probably would've ended up with the grade you received.
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