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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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Criminal Law: Doctrine and Theory 5th ed isbn 9781292001944

Criminal Law: Doctrine and Theory 4th ed (mylawchamber Premium)


ISBN13: 9781292010779
New Edition ISBN: 9781292001944
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781408279281
Published: July 2013
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback + Online Access
Price: Out of print



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Criminal Law provides an essential guide to all aspects of criminal law doctrine and the theories and policy considerations which underpin it.

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Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Part I Introduction
1.Understanding criminal Law
2. Decisions to criminalise
3. Punishment

Part II General principles of criminal liability
4. Actus Reus
5. Causation
6. Mens rea
7.Strict liability
8. Relationship between actus reus and mens rea
9. Defences (1)
10. Defences (2): affirmative defences

Part III Offences against the person
11. Non-fatal offences
12. Sexual offences
13. Homicide

Part IV Property offences
14. Theft
15. Fraud and making off without payment
16. Other property offences
17. Criminal Damage

Part V Inchoate offences and complicity
18. Inchoate offences
19. Complicity