Questions and Answers Criminal Law, 4th edition
Questions and Answers Criminal Law 4th edition enables students to consolidate their understanding of criminal law by guiding them through a series of questions to help them build upon their existing knowledge and recognise more complex issues.
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Key areas of study are summarised; a suggested solution is provided for each question and common pitfalls when answering questions are identified.
- Introductory comments are made on each topic
- Questions and a suggested solution is provided for each chapter
- Common pitfalls and key issues are identified
Table of contents
Chapter One - Actus reus
Chapter Two - Mens rea
Chapter Three - Some procedural matters and categorisation of offences
Chapter Four - Homicide
- Non-fatal Offences Against the Person
Chapter Six - Parties to offences
Chapter Seven - Crimes against rights of property
Chapter Eight - Sexual offences
Chapter Nine - Defences – an overview and some common law defences
Chapter Ten - Insanity and automatism
Chapter Eleven - Self-defence and defence of another
Chapter Twelve - Compulsion