Criminal Procedure, Volume 4
Thomson/West, Jan 1, 2007 - Criminal procedure - 7 pages
"Major emphasis is placed on the basic premises of criminal law, including its sources and general limitations. This Hornbook provides detailed discussion on the topics of responsibility, justification and excuse, inchoate crimes, accomplice, and liability. Attention is also given to subjects such as causation, insanity, and conspiracy."--Publisher's website.
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INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
THE COMMENCEMENT OF FORMAL
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