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9780409337136

Course Codes : LAWS2510, 70218, BLB3128

Criminal Law Elements, 5th Edition

ISBN 9780409337136
Edition 5
Publication Date
Publisher LexisNexis
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Overview
Penny Crofts has created a text that is accessible, current and provides a clear statement of the elements of offences studies by students of criminal law in common law states. This edition reflects recent major changes, particularly law reforms including one-punch laws, and Victoria’s removal of the defence of provocation. Topics covered are: • Elements of criminal liability • External elements of homicide • Murder • Voluntary manslaughter • Involuntary manslaughter • Assault • Rape • Property offences: New South Wales • Property offences: South Australia and Victoria • Extending criminal liability: complicity, attempt and conspiracy • Defences: mental impairment and automatism • Defences: intoxication, mistake of fact, self-defence, duress and necessity. Features: clear and concise introduction to Criminal Law in the common law jurisdictions Key points at the beginning of each chapter Specifically designed to assist students to develop a solid grasp of the principles of Criminal Law
Course Codes : LAWS2510, 70218, BLB3128
Overview
Penny Crofts has created a text that is accessible, current and provides a clear statement of the elements of offences studies by students of criminal law in common law states. This edition reflects recent major changes, particularly law reforms including one-punch laws, and Victoria’s removal of the defence of provocation. Topics covered are: • Elements of criminal liability • External elements of homicide • Murder • Voluntary manslaughter • Involuntary manslaughter • Assault • Rape • Property offences: New South Wales • Property offences: South Australia and Victoria • Extending criminal liability: complicity, attempt and conspiracy • Defences: mental impairment and automatism • Defences: intoxication, mistake of fact, self-defence, duress and necessity. Features: clear and concise introduction to Criminal Law in the common law jurisdictions Key points at the beginning of each chapter Specifically designed to assist students to develop a solid grasp of the principles of Criminal Law

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