Criminal Law, Second Edition (Aspen Student Treatise Series)

Criminal Law, Second Edition (Aspen Student Treatise Series)

Criminal Law, Second Edition (Aspen Student Treatise Series)

A student treatise that explains the basic rules on all core criminal law topics, including the Model Penal Code's position and the most of the common deviations from it.

Features:

  • Robinson is a leading scholar in the field; Cahill is coauthor, with Robinson, of Law Without Justice (Oxford University Press, 2005)
  • Offers lucid explanations and descriptions of the rules of criminal law
  • Provides a complete treatment of the Model Penal Code's positions on each topic
  • Includes excellent realistic hypotheticals

    New to the Second Edition:

    More user friendly:

    • Adds a mini "table of paragraph headings" at the start of each section
    • Updates the text and line edited for an easier read
    • Refreshes the opening hypothetical for each section and the marginal notes
    • Deletes the bibliographies at the end of each section
    • Pares down the number of footnotes
    • New topics covered, including new material on the scope of criminalization; the participants in the criminal-justice process and their institutional roles; offenses targeting group criminality; endangerment...

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