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Intended as a study aid for law students, covering law subjects at every level from A Level and degree level to Law Society and Bar exams, this book is part of a series on criminal law. It indicates the common pitfalls which contribute to under-achievement or failure in exams. The text helps the student to identify the main examination topics and suggest methods of study, revision and of answering examination questions as well as giving guidance to the essential contents of answers.;Because it is topical and interesting, criminal law can appear deceptively easy. But there are pitfalls for the unwary student which only become evident as assessment and examination time approaches. You may have enjoyed your criminal law course, but failed to grasp its complexities.;This book helps readers to identify the main assessment and examination topics and to answer them effectively. The author suggests methods of study, revisions and of answering questions, as well as giving guidance to the essential contents of the answers.;This edition includes recent important House of Lords and Court of Appeal decisions, such as ""Gomez"", ""Brown"", ""Atakpu"", ""Rook"", ""Kingston"", ""Scarlett"", ""Morhall"", ""Coles"", ""Elbekkay"", ""Clegg"" and ""C."" Reference is also made to The Road Traffic Act 1991, The Criminal Justice Act 1993, The Sexual Offences Act 1993 and The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.