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Participation in Crime: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives

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Edited by: Alan Reed, Michael Bohlander

ISBN13: 9781409453451
Published: May 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £115.00

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Following on from the earlier edited collection, Loss of Control and Diminished Responbility, this book is the first volume in the Substantive Issues in Criminal Law series. It serves as a leading point of reference in the area relating to participation in crime and identifies the need for a consistent approach to the doctrinal and theoretical underpinnings of complicity liability. With a section on the UK analysing points of current interest, the book also has a large comparative section dealing with foreign jurisdictions and examines on the basis of a unified research grid how different legal systems treat core issues of participation in the context of criminal law.

This book will be a valuable reference resource to those in the criminal justice community in the UK and abroad and will be useful for academics, the judiciary and policy-makers.

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Criminal Law
Participating in homicide, Barry Mitchell
Accessories and principals after Gnango, Bob Sullivan
Locating complicity: choice, character, participation, Dangerousness and the liberal subjectivist, Ben Livings and Emma Smith
‘The straw woman’ at law’s precipice - an unwilling party, Susan Edwards
Victims as defendants: when victims participate in crimes against themselves, Jonathan Herring
Repentance and forgiveness - withdrawal from participation liability and the proportionality test, Alan Reed
Participating in crime: some thoughts on the retribution/prevention dichotomy in preparation for crime and how to deal with it, William Wilson
Conspiracy, Claire de Than and Jesse Elvin
Attempt, Claire de Than and Jesse Elvin
Inchoate liability and the Part 2 offences under the Serious Crime Act 2007, Rudi Fortson
Participation on the internet, Alisdair A. Gillespie
Territorial and extraterritorial dimensions, Michael Hirst
Participation in crime under Scots law: the doctrine of art and part, Fiona Leverick
Bishops in the dock: child abuse and the Irish law of complicity, John Stannard
France, Catherine Elliott
Australia, Mirko Bagaric
Canada, Kent Roach
Germany, Kai Ambos and Stephanie Bock
Islamic criminal law, Mohammad Hedeyati-Kakhki
The Netherlands, Hein D. Wolswijk
New Zealand, Julia Tolmie
Spain, Manual Cancio Meliá
Participation in crime: a South African perspective, Gerhard Kemp
Sweden, Petter Asp and Magnus Ulväng
Turkey, R. Murat Önok
Criminal participation in the United States, Luis E. Chiesa