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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Criminal Law 4th ed

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Peter SeagoHead of Department and Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Leeds

ISBN13: 9780421474505
ISBN: 0421474505
Published: August 1994
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This is a short introductory guide to the specific criminal offences, including parties to crime and general defences. The approach taken by the author is to begin with a discussion of one offence - murder - and then to illustrate the general principles of criminal liability by referring to that offence. This approach is designed to help students understand how the general prinicples are to be applied to individual crimes.;This edition revises and updates all the material to reflect relevant changes in the law, covering, for example, the Criminal Justice Act 1993, the Road Traffic Act 1991, with regard to reckless driving, and the two major House of Lords decisions in Gomez and Brown.

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Murder; Actus reus and Mens Rea - the ingredients of a crime; strict liability
parties to a criminal offence; general defences; inchoate offences; unlawful homicide; non-fatal offences against the person; offences under the Theft Acts; criminal damage to property.