The Space Between: The Cooperative Regulation of Criminal Law and Family Law, 44
Available at: http://scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/facpubs/999
The article discusses the relationship between the criminal law and the family law in the regulation of marriage, sex and intimate life. It is mentioned that until recently home and family were considered impervious to criminal intervention. It is described that the criminal law has been working in tandem with the family law and played an important role in the construction of the intimate life.