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Here you can find the full text of Records of the Temporary Commission on Revision of Penal Laws and Criminal Code (1961-1970) kept at the Library. The Proposed New York Criminal Procedure Law 1969 Bill; prepared by the Temporary Commission on Revision of the Penal Law and Criminal Code has also been included with the permission of Thomson Reuters. To locate and retrieve any PDF file or combination of files containing information needed for your research enter the necessary word or words in the box below and click on “search”. Once you retrieve the appropriate documents, it will often be necessary, especially with large documents, to perform an additional PDF search from within the document to locate the exact text you need.

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If you require additional information before searching such as a listing of documents included in this collection or information about the Commission you will need to look at the Finding Aid before searching.

Note: Additional files of the State of New York Temporary Commission on Revision of the Penal Law and Criminal Code are available from the New York State Archives. Those interested should contact the State Archives to consult the unpublished box/folder list of New York State Archives series 13828 Temporary State Commission on Revision of the Penal Law And Criminal Code—administrative and working files, ca. 1959-1971. Contact information for the New York State Archives includes: telephone 518-474-8955 and the website http://www.archives.nysed.gov

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