Principles of Criminal Law (with Built-in Study Guide) / Edition 3by Harvey Wallace, Cliff Roberson
Pub. Date: 05/04/2005
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Principles of Criminal Law, 3rd edition is a brief text that is ideal for survey courses. The text uses a narrative approach that presents background information necessary to understand the principles involved in criminal law and set forth the elements of the major crimes. Short, succinct edited cases in certain chapters help readers improve their grasp of/i>
Principles of Criminal Law, 3rd edition is a brief text that is ideal for survey courses. The text uses a narrative approach that presents background information necessary to understand the principles involved in criminal law and set forth the elements of the major crimes. Short, succinct edited cases in certain chapters help readers improve their grasp of important topics.
Also, a Built-in Study Guide, at the end of each chapter, reviews the chapter material and asks questions designed to highlight the key principles set forth in the chapter.
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- 7.10(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.98(d)
Table of Contents
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1. Sources of Criminal Law.
Principles of Criminal Responsibility.
Morals Versus Law.
Classification of Crimes.
Origins of Criminal Law.
Reform of Criminal Law.
Police Powers of Government.
2. Limitations on Criminal Liability.
Bill of Rights.
Right to Privacy.
3. Basic Requirements of a Criminal Act.
Joinder of Intent and Act.
4. Inchoate or Anticipatory Crimes and Criminal Liability.
Accomplices and Accessories.
Comparing and Contrasting Inchoate Crimes.
Justification and Excuse.
Special Problems in Homicide.
Comparing and Contrasting Homicides.
7. Sex Offenses.
Sodomy and Oral Copulation.
Other Sexual Acts and Offenses.
8. Other Crimes againstPersons.
Assault and Battery.
Aggravated Assault and Battery.
9. Robbery, Extortion and Bribery.
Special Problems in Robbery and Extortion.
10. Theft and Other Crimes Involving.
Consolidation of Theft Offenses.
Receiving Stolen Property.
11. Crimes against Habitation.
Special Problems in Crimes against Habitation.
12. Crimes against Public Morals.
Games of Chance.
13. Narcotic and Alcohol Offenses.
14. Special Crimes.
15. Sentencing and Punishment.
Introduction to Sentencing.
Types of Sentences.
Incarceration and Its Alternatives.
The Death Penalty.
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