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The subject of intention in the criminal law is causing many debates among criminal lawyers.
This probing volume addresses two key questions: should the criminal law distinguish between direct intention and recklessness, and what should the law be concerning cases of ""oblique intention"" - cases in which the actor does not act in order to cause the proscribed result, but is nevertheless practically certain that his, or her, action will cause it?