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A. P. Simester, Findlay Stark, G. J. Virgo, G. R. Sullivan, J. R. Spencer
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Date of Publication
National Law: Textbooks & Study Guides
Place of Publication
Country of Publication
6th Revised edition
Table Of Contents
1 Criminal Law: Definition and Ambit 2 The Rule of Law and The European Convention 3 Interpretation and Proof 4 The Actus Reus 5 Mens Rea 6 Strict And Constructive Liability 7 Secondary Participation 8 Vicarious and Corporate Liability 9 The Inchoate Offences 10 Homicide 11 Non-Fatal Offences Against The Person 12 The Principal Sexual Offences 13 Theft 14 Related Offences 15 Fraud 16 The Moral Limits of Criminalisation 17 Defences: An Overview 18 Failure of Proof: Mistake And Intoxication 19 Mental Condition Defences 20 Defences of Circumstantial Pressure 21 Permissible Conduct 22 Defences and Blame: Some Observations
AP Simester is Provost's Chair in Law at the National University of Singapore and the Edmund-Davies Professor of Criminal Law at King's College London. JR Spencer QC is Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Cambridge, a Life Fellow of Selwyn College and a Bye-Fellow at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Findlay Stark is University Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. GR Sullivan is Emeritus Professor of Law at University College, London. GJ Virgo is Professor of English Private Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge.