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Criminal law Law Elements of crime Common law Forensic psychology English criminal law Australian criminal law Regulatory offence Mens rea Fault Manslaughter Criminal negligence
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Criminal law Law Elements of crime Common law Forensic psychology English criminal law Australian criminal law Regulatory offence Mens rea Fault Manslaughter Criminal negligence
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`It embraces questions about offenders and victims, individuals and collectivities, state and society.' `Within the framework of criminalization, we may therefore accommodate the relevant practices of a variety of social actors and institutions: citizens, the media, the police, prosecution agencies, courts, judges and lawyers, social workers, probation officers and those working in the penal and mental health system. Legislators and key members of the executive.' `We are also able to acknowledge the relevance of a wide variety of disci...
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