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LAWS1021 Full Notes

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Completed notes fro the LAWS1021 course. Extremely useful and very well though organised.

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Crime Criminology Criminal law Criminal justice Criminalization Victimology Public-order crime Consent Assault Conspiracy Punishment Attempt Russell Hogg
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S Cohen Against Criminology (1988) - Criminalisation is the process of identifying an act deemed dangerous to the dominant social order and designating it as criminally punishable. Douglas Husak, Overcriminalization: The Limits of the Criminal Law - Injustice is most glaring when defendants are sentence for conduct that should not have given rise to criminal liability at all- in other words, when punishments are imposed for conduct that fals to satisfy our best theory of criminalisation. - “My central concern is that overcriminalization results in unjust punishments. The primary vic...
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