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60) Dual sovereignty in effect authorizes precisely what the Fifth Amendment prohibits by allowing the double prosecution of a defendant.
Another consequence of expanding the number of concurrent federal crimes is the effect that double prosecution has on defendants' protection against double jeopardy.
Implicit in the Court's reliance on "federalism" is the premise that failure to allow double prosecutions would seriously impair law enforcement in both State and Nation.
The protection from double prosecutions for the same act, whether by two sovereigns or one, was embedded in American (and English) culture.