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101 1. The CFR is updated in its entirety every year on a staggered basis, with a quarterly publication of selected titles in January, April, July, and October. Each year the color of the covers changes. The annual publication began in 1967. Prior to 1967, annual pocket parts or supplements were published. Updates to the CFR. that occur between annual publications may be located by using the List of CFR Sections Affected LSA and the Federal Register. The LSA is a cumulative monthly publication that lists the titles and sections that have changed and indicates the page on which the change can be found in the Federal Register. If the LSA is not available, the “Reader Aids” section of the Federal Register can be used to determine if any changes occurred during the month. Like the CFR. and FR, the LSA is available on FDSys, .
Example: In a liquor store stick up in which the clerk shoots back at the hold up man and kills a bystander, the armed robber can be convicted of at least second degree murder. A charge of murder requires that the victim must die within a year of the attack. Death of an unborn child who is "quick" fetus is moving can be murder, provided there was premeditation, malice and no legal authority. Thus, abortion is not murder under the law. Example: Jack Violent shoots his pregnant girlfriend, killing the fetus. Manslaughter, both voluntary and involuntary, lacks the element of malice aforethought. Regulations issued by the Executive Office of the President EOP and Presidential documents such as executive orders and proclamations are published in the Federal Register and in Title 3 of the Code of Federal Regulations. EOP regulations are codified in the CFR like other federal regulations, while Presidential documents are simply compiled annually. However, the best source for Presidential documents is the Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents because it includes press releases and signing statements as well as executive orders and proclamations free online at FDsys, , under “Compilation of Presidential Documents. ” Current Presidential materials are located on the White House website, http:// . The National Archives website, , also provides a variety of Presidential resources, including Presidential Libraries information; the Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, beginning with Ronald Reagan; and an Executive Orders disposition table that indicates the Orders that have been superseded.