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The International Library of Essays on Criminal Law: The International Library of Essays on Criminal Law


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The International Library of Essays on Criminal Law: 6-Volume Set

The International Library of Essays on Criminal Law: 6-Volume Set

1st Edition

Stephen Shute
December 01, 2014

Criminal law is ever evolving, impacting on many more areas of citizens’ lives and underpinning the operation of the state more than ever before. This new series focuses on the underlining theory and development of current criminal law and offers analyses of the key current topics in criminal law...

Expert Evidence and Scientific Proof in Criminal Trials

Expert Evidence and Scientific Proof in Criminal Trials

1st Edition

Paul Roberts
November 13, 2014

Forensic science evidence and expert witness testimony play an increasingly prominent role in modern criminal proceedings. Science produces powerful evidence of criminal offending, but has also courted controversy and sometimes contributed towards miscarriages of justice. The twenty-six articles...

Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Trial Procedure

Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Trial Procedure

1st Edition

Paul Roberts
October 28, 2014

The nineteen articles and essays reproduced in this volume explore the theoretical foundations of criminal trial procedure. Key concepts, and their theoretical and practical significance, are elucidated in a substantial new introduction, setting out the methodological building blocks of criminal...

The Theoretical and Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law

The Theoretical and Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law

1st Edition

David Dolinko
July 21, 2014

The last fifty years have seen a notable expansion of philosophical scrutiny of the fundamental concepts and structures of Anglo-American criminal law and this volume offers a selection from journal articles and book chapters of significant and influential work in this field. Taken together, these...

Criminal Law and Human Rights

Criminal Law and Human Rights

1st Edition

P.H.P.H.M.C. van Kempen
July 09, 2014

The significance of fundamental individual rights to substantive criminal law, criminal procedure law and sentencing law is undeniable for anyone who is familiar with the criminal justice system. The fourteen essays selected for this volume portray and discuss the meaning and rationale of those...

The Structure and Limits of Criminal Law

The Structure and Limits of Criminal Law

1st Edition

Paul H. Robinson
June 28, 2014

This volume brings together a collection of essays, many of them scholarly classics, which form part of the debates on three questions central to criminal law theory. The first of these questions is: what conduct should be necessary for criminal liability, and what sufficient? The answer to this...

The Codification of Criminal Law

The Codification of Criminal Law

1st Edition

Michael Bohlander, Daley Birkett
June 28, 2014

This volume contributes to the codification debate by bringing together research articles which compare and contrast the experience of countries which have a criminal code with those operating a case law system. The articles consider the criticisms that are often made of criminal code systems such...

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