9780131383173

Criminal Law

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  • ISBN13:

    9780131383173

  • ISBN10:

    0131383175

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 12/27/2011
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Criminal Lawby Worrall and Moore offers a fresh take on the field of criminal law. This contemporary text follows a modular format, allowing instructors the flexibility to teach the full text or pick and choose modules to suit their courses. The text covers mainstream forms of criminal activity and also includes the most recent hot-button issues, such as cyberterrorism, sexting, the "castle doctrine," "make my day" laws, and more.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 1: The Basics of Criminal Law

Chapter 2: Limitations on the Criminal Law

Chapter 3: The Elements of Criminal Liability

 

SECTION 2: DEFENSES TO CRIMINAL LIABILITY

Chapter 4: Justification Defenses

Chapter 5: Excuse Defenses

 

SECTION 3: MULTIPLE OFFENDERS AND INCHOATE CRIMES

Chapter 6: Complicity and Vicarious Liability

Chapter 7: Inchoate Crimes

 

SECTION 4: CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS

Chapter 8: Homicide

Chapter 9: Assaultive Offenses

 

SECTION 5: CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

Chapter 10: Property Damage and Invasion

Chapter 11: Theft and Analogous Offenses

 

SECTION 6: OTHER CRIMES

Chapter 12: Public Order, Morality, and Vice Crimes

Chapter 13: Terrorism and Offenses against the State

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