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Criminal Law: Doctrine, Application, and Practice

Jens David Ohlin

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  • ISBN: 9781454878094

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    Published 05/16/2016
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    Preface

    Acknowledgments

    PART I: BASIC ELEMENTS OF CRIMINALITY

    CHAPTER1: Introduction to the Criminal Process

    CHAPTER 2: Punishment

    CHAPTER 3: The Death Penalty

    CHAPTER 4: Foundational Principles of Criminal Law

    CHAPTER 5: Act Requirement

    CHAPTER 6: Mental States

    CHAPTER 7: Mistakes

    CHAPTER 8: Causation

    PART II: OFFENSES

    CHAPTER 9: Intentional Killings

    CHAPTER 10: Voluntary Manslaughter

    CHAPTER 11: Reckless Killings

    CHAPTER 12: Felony Murder

    CHAPTER 13: Negligent Homicide

    CHAPTER 14: Rape

    CHAPTER 15: Theft

    PART III: INCHOATE OFFENCES

    CHAPTER 16: Attempt

    CHAPTER 17: Inchoate Conspiracy

    CHAPTER 18: Solicitation

    PART IV: MODES OF LIABILITY

    CHAPTER 19: Accomplices

    CHAPTER 20: Conspiracy Liability

    CHAPTER 21: Corporate Crime

    PART V: JUSTIFICATIONS & EXCUSES

    CHAPTER 22: Self-Defense

    CHAPTER 23: Defensive Force by Police Officers

    CHAPTER 24: Necessity

    CHAPTER 25: Duress

    CHAPTER 26: Intoxication

    CHAPTER 27: Insanity

    Appendix

    Table of Cases

    Index

     

  • Author Information

    Jens David Ohlin

    Jens David Ohlin is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Cornell Law School. At Cornell, he teaches Criminal Law, International Law, International Criminal Law, and the Laws of War. His research focuses on all aspects of criminal law, including domestic, comparative, and international criminal law. His books include Defending Humanity: When Force is Justified and Why (Oxford University Press 2008, with George Fletcher) and The Assault on International Law (Oxford University Press 2012).

    In the area of criminal law, Professor Ohlin concentrates on the application of traditional criminal law theory by international tribunals, especially with regard to conspiracy, joint criminal enterprise, and co-perpetration, and more generally the philosophical foundations of collective criminal action. His work has been cited by judges and litigants at several criminal tribunals, including the International Criminal Court (ICC), the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC). He also is a member of an international working group, centered in The Hague, developing a codification of general rules and principles of international criminal procedure. His scholarly work has appeared in the Cornell Law Review, Columbia Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, Harvard International Law Journal, Yale Journal of International Law, Michigan Journal of International Law, Leiden Journal of International Law, Chicago Journal of International Law, American Journal of International Law, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, Journal of International Criminal Justice, New Criminal Law Review, as well as many peer-reviewed edited volumes published by university presses.

    Prof. Ohlin received his J.D. and Ph.D. from Columbia University.

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