Cases and Materials on Criminal Law by Janet DineCases and Materials on Criminal Law by Janet Dine

Cases and Materials on Criminal Law

byJanet Dine, James Gobert, William Wilson

Paperback | October 9, 2010

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The compilation of extracts from cases, academic articles, and statutes are carefully selected and abridged by subject experts, to make this a thorough resource for all criminal law students. The authors carefully provide context for the extracts, providing brief introductions to the topicareas and case extracts so that you have the full context within which the law is created and decided. Developed to map closely to criminal law course content this is the perfect companion to your course. All key topic areas are clearly structured guiding you through the law in an approachable and engaging manner. Key extracts from case reports are provided to allow you to understand the judge'slogic behind decisions and to develop your skills in reading from actual case reports.Online Resource CentreThis text is accompanied by a dedicated Online Resource Centre which provides updates to the law, as well as pointers to answering questions in the text.
Janet Dine is Professor of Law at Queen Mary University of London. James Gobert is Professor of Law at the University of Essex. William Wilson is Professor of Law at Queen Mary University of London.
Title:Cases and Materials on Criminal LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:720 pagesPublished:October 9, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199541981

ISBN - 13:9780199541980

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Table of Contents

Part I - Foundation principles1. Crime, punishment, and human rights2. The conduct component of crime: Actus Reus3. The mental component of crime: Mens ReaPart II - Substantive offences4. Homicide5. Non fatal offences against the person6. Sexual offences7. Property offences8. Fraud and making off without paymentPart III - Exculpatory conditions and defences9. The principle of capacity10. Defences11. European criminal lawPart IV - Inchoate offences and parties to crime12. Incitement, conspiracy and attempt13. Parties to crime