Criminal Law

Par (auteur) Kent Roach
Avant-propos de Martin L. Friedland
Catégories: Law
Séries: Essentials of Canadian Law
Éditeur: Irwin Law
Paperback : 9781552210918, 448 pages, Août 2004

Table des matières

Foreword by Martin L. Friedland
Chapter 1: The Criminal Law and the Constitution
Chapter 2: The Prohibited Act, or Actus Reus
Chapter 3: Unfulfilled Crimes and Participation in Crimes
Chapter 4: The Fault Element, or Mens Rea
Chapter 5: Regulatory Offences and Corporate Crime
Chapter 6: Intoxication
Chapter 7: Mental Disorder and Automatism
Chapter 8: Provocation, Self-Defence, Necessity, and Duress
Chapter 9: Sentencing
Chapter 10: Conclusion
Table of Cases

La description

Since publication of the first edition in 1996, Criminal Law by Kent Roach has become one of the best-selling and most highly-regarded titles in Irwin Law’s Essentials of Canadian Law series. Professor Roach’s clear and concise account of the current state of substantive criminal law and theory in Canada has become essential reading, not only in law schools, but also among judges, practitioners, and others involved in the criminal justice system. Irwin Law is pleased to announce publication of a thoroughly updated and expanded third edition of this most important book.