（Justice administration legal series）
Anderson Pub., c2013
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全3件
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
This classic introduction to criminal law for criminal justice students combines the best features of a casebook and a textbook. Criminal Law covers substantive criminal law and explores its principles, sources, distinctions, and limitations. Definitions and elements of crimes are explained, and defenses to crimes are thoroughly analyzed. A unique strength of Criminal Law is its discussion of the federal criminal code and the specific recognition of the common-law origins of modern law. Each chapter includes guidance to help students understand what is important: outlines, key terms and concepts, as well as Legal News sections that highlight current criminal law issues. Briefs of judicial decisions help students learn rule of law as well as the reasoning of the court that guides future court rulings.
1. Defining Crime 2. Principles of Criminal Liability 3. Capacity and Defenses 4. Preparatory Activity Offenses 5. Offenses Against Persons-Excluding Sex Offenses 6. Offenses Against Persons-Sex Related 7. Offenses Against Property-Destruction and Intrusion Offenses 8. Offenses Involving Theft and Deception 9. Offenses Involving Morality and Decency 10. Offenses Against Public Peace 11. Offenses Against Justice Administration 12. United States Criminal Code: Offenses Against Persons and Property 13. United States Criminal Code: Other Offenses Part II: Judicial Decisions Relating to Part I Part III: Constitution of the United States of America, Glossary, and Table of Cases
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