California Criminal Law: Cases and Problems

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LexisNexis, 2011 - Casebooks - 819 pages
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B THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN CRIMINAL
THE CRIMINAL CASE IN CALIFORNIA
Defining Culpable Conduct
MENTAL STATE MENS REA
THE DEFENSE CLAIM OF REASONABLE MISTAKE
INTENTIONAL KILLINGS
UNINTENTIONAL KILLINGS
PROPERTY CRIMES
INCHOATE CRIMES
CRIMES AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT
Affirmative Defenses
AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES EXCUSES
Vicarious Liability
SCOPE OF VICARIOUS LIABILITY
The Death Penalty

KILLINGS IN THE COMMISSION OF ANOTHER CRIME
THIRD PARTY KILLINGS

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