Only registered students may participate in the Criminal Law Powwow Discussion Group.  The purpose of the discussion group is to provide a central, peer-to-peer sounding board for students in the class to engage in discussion, debate, comment, and argument by posting messages to the group via an email account.  All students may but are not required to register for the Powwow Group using a free Yahoo email account. If you want to join, I suggest you obtain an account dedicated solely to this class. Otherwise, the class postings will be mixed with your regular email in the account. I ask that you use your given and surname in your email address, e.g., borisfarenwide@yahoo.com rather than jfk1966@yahoo.com or imacooldude@yahoo.com.

If you want to join, go to the Powwow Group page and sign up. On your application for membership, be sure to specify your name and that you are a student in Professor Moses' criminal law class. The sooner you do this, the sooner you will have access to the Powwow site. 

Once you are signed up, you may post to the Powwow group from your designated Yahoo email account by addressing the email to crimlawpowwow@yahoogroups.com . Everyone receives everyone else's postings. You may choose to have separate emails or a daily digest of emails. NOTE: Due to the danger of viruses, E-mail attachments are not permitted; of course, you can still cut and paste.

Membership in the Powwow group is not mandatory but is restricted to members of our criminal law class.  To fully access the crimlawpowwow discussion site and its file section and archives,  you will need a Yahoo ID and password.  In the files section, you will find two course outlines created by "Top Gun" students from prior classes. The outline by Crystal Dang is the most current and is reportedly helpful.

You are welcome to join me in the criminal powwow;
I post there from time to time. REM










Mens rea... actus reus ... hmmmm.

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