Contemporary Criminal Law: Concepts, Cases, and Controversies
SAGE, 8. aug. 2006 - 650 sider
Contemporary Criminal Law provides a contemporary perspective on criminal law. This undergraduate textbook is distinguished by the utilization of edited cases and accompanying exploratory essays to present the fundamentals of criminal law. The volume combines the concepts and learning tools and features found in undergraduate texts with the types of challenging cases and issues that are characteristic of law school case books.
- Edited contemporary cases focusing on current topics.
- Each topic within the chapter is introduced by an essay that clearly states the development and legal elements of crimes and defenses. Legal terminology is highlighted and a definition is provided in the glossary at the end of the book.
- Material that facilitate student learning include: Legal Equations. Also introductory outlines of each chapter, an introductory and summary essay in each chapter.
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Reading and Briefing Cases
Punishment and Sentencing
Mens Rea Concurrence Causation
Crimes Against Property
Crimes Against the State
In the Interest of M T S