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Criminal Law, Second Edition

Paul H. Robinson, Michael Cahill

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  • ISBN: 9781454807315

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    A student treatise that explains the basic rules on all core criminal law topics, including the Model Penal Code’s position and the most of the common deviations from it.

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    Page Count 736
    Published 10/13/2011
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    PART I. INTRODUCTION

    Chapter 1: THE DESIGN OF CRIMINAL LAW

    Chapter 2: SOURCES OF AND LIMITATIONS ON THE CRIMINAL LAW

    PART II. GENERAL PRINCIPLES IN THE DEFINITION OF OFFENSES

    Introduction: Defining Criminal Content

    Chapter 3: OBJECTIVE REQUIREMENTS OF AN OFFENSE

    Chapter 4: CULPABILITY REQUIREMENTS OF AN OFFENSE

    PART III. PRINCIPLES OF IMPUTATION

    Introduction to Principles of Imputation

    Chapter 5: IMPUTING CULPABILITY

    Chapter 6: IMPUTING CONDUCT OF ANOTHER

    Chapter 7: ORGANIZATIONAL CRIMINALITY

    PART IV. GENERAL DEFENSES

    Introduction to General Defenses

    Chapter 8: JUSTIFICATION DEFENSES

    Chapter 9: EXCUSE DEFENSES

    Chapter 10: NONEXCULPATORY DEFENSES

    PART V. INCHOATE LIABILITY

    Introduction to Inchoate Offenses and the Significance of Resulting Harm

    Chapter 11: ATTEMPT

    Chapter 12: CONSPIRACY AND SOLICITATION

    Chapter 13: POSSESSION OFFENSES

    Chapter 14: DEFENSES TO INCHOATE LIABILITY

    PART VI. SPECIFIC OFFENSES

    Introduction to Specific Offenses

    Chapter 15: OFFENSES AGAINST THE PERSON

    Chapter 16: OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY

    Chapter 17: OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND ORDER

    Chapter 18: OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC VALUES

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