Principles of Criminal Law download epub
by Bernadette MacSherry Simon Bronitt
title "Principles of Criminal Law", author "Simon Bronitt and Bernadette McSherry", year "2001" . 1 ed. Pyrmont NSW Australia : LBC Information Services, 2001.
Principles of Criminal La. Bronitt, Simon; McSherry, Bernadette.
Case studies of important decisions influencing the development of the law are included and interesting issues are highlighted.
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Principles of Criminal Law Paperback – 28 Feb 2001. by. Simon Bronitt (Author).
Bernadette McSherry is a professor of law, specialising in mental health law and criminal law, at the University of Melbourne. She is currently the Foundation Director of the Melbourne Social Equity Institute and an Adjunct Professor of law at Monash University and the Melbourne Law School.
Subcategory: Criminal Law
Publisher: LBC Information Services (2001)
Pages: 900 pages