Guide to Criminal Law for Texas: A Supplement for Joel Samaha's Criminal Law. Sixth Edition
This state-specific workbook complements any criminal law text. Elements of this guide include chapter introductions, comments that precede both statutes and cases to help road map legal language, edited state-specific statutes relevant to each case, exercises which provide additional opportunities for students to test their knowledge, and questions following statutes and cases to help master the material.
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CHAPTER ONE THE NATURE ORIGINS AND PURPOSES OF CRIMINAL
CHAPTER TWO CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS ON CRIMINAL
CHAPTER THREE THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL
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