Download Criminal law: Cases and readings (Contemporary legal education series) eBook
by Jerome Hall
The text covers both foundational and emerging legal topics such as terrorism, gangs, cybercrime, and hate crimes, illustrated by real-life examples that students connect with.
Read by Jerome Hall. Criminal Law: Cases and Readings/With Statutory Appendix (Contemporary legal education series). 0872157059 (ISBN13: 9780872157057).
Criminal Law: A Contemporary Approach. Kate E. Bloch, Kevin C. McMunigal. goes beyond the traditional focus on the judiciary to also examine the role of the legislature and the executive in defining offenses. clear, direct text introduces statutes, cases, and problems. the materials support a wide array of teaching techniques to address varied student learning styles.
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Criminal law changes slowly and therefore this book should be a good intro book .
Criminal law changes slowly and therefore this book should be a good intro book for many years. Additionally the text should be relatively easy to update in the modular format that it is written. The author has included contemporary cases and other examples that provide the student with an understanding of the applications.
Series: Contemporary legal education series. Paperback: 678 pages. Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill (1974). ISBN-13: 978-0672818936. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.
International Criminal Law Developments in the Case Law of ICTY (International Humanitarian Law Series, V. 6. Legal Counsel: Criminal Law: Frequently Asked Questions about the Law. 6). Gideon Boas, William A. Schabas. Скачать (PDF) . Читать. Les Vandor.
This unique casebook examines the underlying principles of criminal law .
This unique casebook examines the underlying principles of criminal law - punishment, actus reus, and mens rea. It reflects the authors' viewpoint that the purpose of criminal law is to reflect the moral standards of our society and to punish those who, with culpability and awareness, violate these moral norms. to illustrate the role historical social stereotypes (in this case, sexual ones) play in the law and to examine the problems created in redefining legal doctrine when those stereotypes are seriously challenged; and. as a vehicle for examining special actus reus and mens rea issues arising through the presence of the factor of consent in the law of rape.