Student Companion: Criminal Law, 6th edition (eBook)
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An easy-to-read study guide designed to help students consolidate their understanding of criminal law.
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The sixth edition of Student Companion: Criminal Law contains concise summaries of leading New Zealand and international decisions that are covered in the study of criminal law at New Zealand universities. It is an invaluable, digestible reference tool for students, and is designed to be used in conjunction with lecture notes and other substantive works.
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Table of contents
1. General Principles
2. Secondary Parties
3. Innocent Agency
4. Inchoate Offences
5. General Defences
6. Culpable Homicide
7. Dishonesty Offences