Principles of Criminal Law

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Allyn and Bacon, 2001 - Law - 358 pages
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This paperback book, which is briefer than most of its competitors, presents the basic concepts and principles of criminal law. The authors present the prevailing positions on specific issues, without going into lengthy explanations of majority and minority positions. This clarity of presentation allows them to include material not often found in other books on criminal law, such as white collar crime, victimless crime, political crime, and non-political crimes against the government. For anyone interested in criminal law.

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Cliff Roberson is a professor emeritus at Washburn University and the author or coauthor of more than 40 books and texts, including "The Landlord's Book of Forms and Agreements" and "The Complete Book of Business Forms and Agreements.

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