Criminal Law, 3rd UK edition
By William Wilson
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
$89.50 Paper Original
This clear and engaging book addresses the rules, theoretical discussions and the social and political circumstances surrounding criminal law, all neccessary for students to achieve the best grades.
part i: INtroduction
Chapter 1:Understanding Criminal Law
Chapter 2: Decisions to Criminalize
Chapter 3: Punishment
part ii: General Principles of Criminal Liability
Chapter 4: Actus reus
Chapter 5: Causation
Chapter 6: Mens Rea
Chapter 7: Strict, Corporate and Vicarious Liability
Chapter 8: Relationship between Actus Reus and Mens Rea
Chapter 9: Defences 1
Chapter 10: Defences 2
Part III: OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON
Chapter 11: Non-fatal offences
Chapter 12: Homicide
Part IV: Property Offences
Chapter 13: Theft
Chapter 14: Deception and Making Off without Payment
Chapter 15: Other Property Offences
Chapter 16: Criminal Damage
part v: Inchoate Offences and Complicity
Chapter 17: Inchoate Offences
Chapter 18: Complicity
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Praise for the First Edition:
"Quite rightly, the first edition was greeted with general acclaim, largely because the book reflects an appropriate balance between doctrine and theory. The use of hypotheticals, the inclusion of summaries (or overviews) and the easy style of the author should make this a valuable source and guide, particularly for students new to the subject."
Barry Mitchell THES
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