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Criminal law Criminal justice Crime Law Criminal Procedure Prosecution Canadian criminal law English criminal law Defense of infancy Bail Director of Public Prosecutions Draft:Torrance T. Stephens
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Criminal law Criminal justice Crime Law Criminal Procedure Prosecution Canadian criminal law English criminal law Defense of infancy Bail Director of Public Prosecutions Draft:Torrance T. Stephens
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Most people think they know what a crime "is". They're generally wrong. This, however, is relevant, as ignorance of the law is no defence. Most people know about the core offences crimes against the person and property. The scope has come to extend far beyond this narrow ideals, though. A book covering criminal law may incorporate drug, road traffic and public order offences. Should it More and more there are broader themes which are included in books on criminal law. Increasingly, political, social and historical contexts are given importance. Criminal law is "a number of different practises with a variety of rationales." Two wide views; most books use a view between the two. Philosophical: elaborate on the principled nature of criminal law. Critical: question assumptions about the rationality, coherence...
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