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These notes are a comprehensive summary of the topics learned within Crimes and the Criminal Process. I received a distinction for this subject.

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Law Criminal law Criminology Ethics Crimes Criminalization Politics Public-order crime Crime Defamation Morality Criminal justice
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Different jurisdictions have different laws. “code States” = Qld, WA, Tas, NT – where the common law has been replaced by legislation i.e. “criminal code” which deals with general aspects of criminal responsibility and other serious offences. “Common law states” = SA, Vic, NSW, ACT – growing # legislation which supplement, modify or replace particular parts of the common law. Strictly speaking, NSW criminal courts are bound by the NSWCCA and the HC. WEEK ONE (CLASS TWO): Criminalisation Changing historical circumstances, the social class of the perpetrator, the needs or fears of the social group. S Cohen, Against Criminology (1988) - Shopping list approach: list of crimes, some get added this become criminal, other deleted, thus becoming no criminal. - Criminalization is the process of identifying an act ...
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