Provides an account of criminal law, explaining the principles and how the law operates in practice. This book focuses on topics common to the majority of law courses included murder, offences against the person, and offences against property. It sets out the conceptual basis of criminal liability. It includes hypothetical examples.
Introduction. Actus Reus and Mens Rea: The Elements of an Offence. Strict Liability. Parties to Criminal Offences. General Defences. The Inchoate Offences. Offences Against the Person. Offences Against Property I. Offences Against Property II. Offences Against Property III.
Criminal Law by Professor Alan Reed
Professor Alan Reed
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Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
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