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"Criminal Law" provides a comprehensive and up to date account of a complex subject, incorporating all significant case law and statutory material since the last edition. The book brings a clarity to this subject that is missing in other texts, with the author clearly stating the general principles of criminal law and the current state of law, and guiding students through areas of confusion. The seventh edition has been revised to include important decisions such as the House of Lords in R v K on indecent assault and presumption of mens rea, R v Loosely and A-G's Reference (No.3 of 2000) on entrapment and abuse of process. Numerous Court of Appeal decisions have also been considered such as Dias on causation in relation to manslaughter; Eifinger on the evaluation of medical evidence by the jury on a plea of diminished responsibility; Roach on non-insane automatism; Shayler, and Harmer on duress, Martin on self-defence, Goldman on incitement; R v H on reasonable chastisement; White on racially aggravated assault, and Clark on theft of cheques. New legislation includes Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 2000 and the offence of abuse of a position of trust.

Textbook on criminal law - M. J Allen

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Title
Textbook on criminal law
Author
M. J Allen
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20030227

"Criminal Law" provides a comprehensive and up to date account of a complex subject, incorporating all significant case law and statutory material since the last edition. The book brings a clarity to this subject that is missing in other texts, with the author clearly stating the general principles of criminal law and the current state of law, and guiding students through areas of confusion. The seventh edition has been revised to include important decisions such as the House of Lords in R v K on indecent assault and presumption of mens rea, R v Loosely and A-G's Reference (No.3 of 2000) on entrapment and abuse of process. Numerous Court of Appeal decisions have also been considered such as Dias on causation in relation to manslaughter; Eifinger on the evaluation of medical evidence by the jury on a plea of diminished responsibility; Roach on non-insane automatism; Shayler, and Harmer on duress, Martin on self-defence, Goldman on incitement; R v H on reasonable chastisement; White on racially aggravated assault, and Clark on theft of cheques. New legislation includes Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 2000 and the offence of abuse of a position of trust.

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Type
BOOK
Edition
7th Edition
Keyword Index
Criminal law - England.|Criminal law - Wales.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
511

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