Criminal Law Study Guide, 1st edition
Criminal Law Study Guide provides a set of structured and organised outlines of all main offences and defenses under the Crimes Act 1961.
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LexisNexis Study Guide: Criminal Law provides a definitive structure of criminal law in New Zealand. This text will provide the reader with a methodological and well-organised guide towards answering problem-based criminal law questions. It can be used in preparation for exams, as a guide in open book exams or as a quick review tool. It operates as a “road map” for tackling the commonly asked fact scenarios and problem questions. This is an invaluable, easy-to-read reference tool for students, designed to be used in conjunction with lecture notes and existing text materials.