Answered By: Laurie Bastien
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2017     Views: 40

To find information regarding the impossibility criminal defense argument, try searching the phrase "impossibility" AND legal defense (keep the quotation marks) in the Library welcome page search box:

At the time of this search, the following article populated in the search results. Keep in mind that the results may look slightly different when this search is duplicated.

 Just select the hyperlink to open the PDF from the database.

Another possible search phrase is:
"factual impossibility" AND legal defense
These two results look promising:
 
 
An additional search can be conducted in ProQuest Criminal Justice.  To find that database, click on Databases A-Z located on the right hand side of the library's home page.
 
 
And then click on Criminal Justice Database.
 
 
Within the database, search this phrase "legal impossibility" OR "factual impossibility" defense AND ethics:
 
 
Several possible articles will result, including the example below:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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