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Briefcase on criminal law (3rd ed)

Fionda, Julia and Bryant, Michael (2004) Briefcase on criminal law (3rd ed), London, UK, Cavendish, 213pp.

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This book covers all the major cases in criminal law. It also includes all major topics on A level and undergraduate courses in criminal law. including homicide. non-fatal offences against the person. sexual offences. theft and other property offences. Leading cases on statutory and common law defences such as intoxication. duress and provocation are also covered.
The book traces common law developments in the law relating to mens rea issues such as recklessness and gross negligence as well as levels of criminal liability including attempted offences and complicity. This updated guide to all the significant cases in criminal law will be useful to students at all levels on the complex and often confusing development of precedent in English criminal law.
1 Murder and Intention
2 Voluntary Manslaughter
3 Involuntary Manslaughter
4 Offences Against the Person and Consent
5 Rape and Indecent Assault
6 Theft
7 Other Property Offences8 Self-Defence
9 Mistake
10 Mental Disorder
11 Intoxication
12 Duress and Necessity
13 Causation
14 Complicity
15 Attempts
16 Conspiracy
17 Incitement
18 Omissions
19 Recklessness
20 Glossary
21 Index

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Published date: September 2004


Local EPrints ID: 48146
ISBN: 1859417620
PURE UUID: f6cc3faa-e937-470f-b92b-eaae96006880

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Date deposited: 30 Aug 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:00

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Author: Julia Fionda
Author: Michael Bryant

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