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Criminal law William Wilson This subject guide was prepared for the University of London International Programmes by: William Wilson, Professor of Criminal Law, Queen Mary, University of London. Gobert, Dine and Wilson Cases and materials on criminal law most closely ties in with the textbook but there are a number of others on the market which are equally useful (see below). You will also need an up-to-date criminal law statute book. You will be able to take an unannotated copy into the examination. keep and sell the book, does D need to sell the book to satisfy the act component of the actus reus?
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Written by a leading academic in this field, Criminal Law combines coverage of the core legal principles with discussion of the theories and academic debates which underpin the subject. Format Paperback 688 pages.
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A comprehensive text covering the typical undergraduate syllabus. Rosa Freedman, University of Birmingham. The text is the market leader in terms of clarity, gravity and practicality. David Radlett, University of Kent. well-constructed book that demonstrates an awareness of student’s needs. yet maintains a thought-provoking analysis. It is a classical criminal law text. Robert Jago, University of Surrey.
Criminal Law Doctrine and Theory – William Wilson (2nd ed, 2003) p 6 The major concerns of the criminal law may be expressed, therefore, as follows: A The support of public interests in: 1 preventing physical injury.