Criminal Law 2006-2007

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P. R. Glazebrook
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Law - 395 pages
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Contents

General Rules
1
Homicide and Foeticide
20
Personal Injury Molestation and Harassment
29
Harm to Children Minors and the Mentally Disordered
51
Dangerous Conduct
85
Harm to Animals and the Environment
144
Property Damage
151
Theft Fraud and Commercial Malpractice
158
Interference with Governmental or Public Services
294
Interference with the Administration of Justice or the Police
311
Preliminary Offences
324
Disposal of Proceeds of Crimes
342
APPENDIX 1 Legislating the Criminal Code
354
APPENDIX 2 Assisted Dying for the Terminally IIl Bill 2005
367
APPENDIX 3 Code for Crown Prosecutors2004
373
APPENDIX 4 Current Bills 2006
381

Trespass and Invasion of Privacy
205
Offensive Conduct
222
Disorder and Terrorism
268

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Peter Glazebrook is Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge and Honorary Visiting Professor at City University, London.

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