Criminal Law and Procedure

ISBN-10: 1111312729

ISBN-13: 9781111312725

Edition: 6th 2012

Authors: Daniel E. Hall
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Book details

List price: $202.95
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 7/5/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 640
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.102
Language: English

Criminal Law
Introduction to the Legal System of the United States
Federalism
Separation of Powers
The Structure of the Court System
Duties and Powers of the Judicial Branch
Comparing Civil Law and Criminal Law
The Authority of Government to Regulate Behavior
The Purposes of Punishing Criminal Law Violators
Specific and General Deterrence
Incapacitation
Rehabilitation
Retribution
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
Introduction to Criminal Law
The Distinction between Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Sources of Criminal Law
The Common Law
Statutory Law
Ordinances
Administrative Law
Court Rules
The Model Penal Code
Constitutional Law
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
The Two Essential Elements
Mens Rea
Mens Rea and the Common Law
Strict Liability
Vicarious Liability
Current Approaches to Mens Rea
Proving Mens Rea
Motive
Actus Reus
Voluntariness
Thoughts and Statements as Acts
Personal Status as an Act
Possession as an Act
Omissions as Acts
Causation
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
Crimes Against the Person
Studying Crimes
Homicide
Homicide and the Common Law
Statutory Approaches to Homicide
Manslaughter
The Model Penal Code Approach to Homicide
Life, Death, and Homicide
Suicide
Corpus Delicti
Assault and Battery
Aggravated Assault and Battery
Mayhem
Sex Crimes
Rape
Nonforcible Rape
Sodomy
Rape Shield Laws
Incest
Sex Offenses Against Children
Megan's Laws, Commitment, and Castration
Kidnapping and False Imprisonment
Kidnapping
Parental Kidnapping
False Imprisonment
Stalking
Civil Rights and Hate Crimes
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
Crimes Against Property and Habitation
Arson
Burglary
Theft Crimes
Introduction to Theft Crimes
Larceny
Embezzlement
False Pretenses
Receiving Stolen Property
Robbery
Extortion
Consolidated Theft Statutes
Identity Theft
The Model Penal Code Consolidation
Destruction of Property
Computer Crimes
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
Crimes Against the Public
Defining a “Crime Against the Public“
Crimes Against Public Morality
Prostitution and Solicitation
Deviate Sexual Conduct
Indecent Exposure and Lewdness
Obscenity
Regulating the Internet
Crimes Against the Public Order
Riot and Unlawful Assembly
Disturbing the Peace
Incitement/Advocacy of Unlawful Conduct
Threats
Vagrancy and Panhandling
Crimes Involving Firearms
Drug and Alcohol Crimes
Crimes Against the Administration of Government
Perjury
Bribery
Tax Crimes
Obstruction of Justice
Contempt
Crimes Against Sovereignty and Security
Treason
Sedition and Espionage
Terrorism
Crimes Against the Environment
Clean Water Act
Clean Air Act
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Occupational Safety and Health Act
Toxic Substances Control Act
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
Endangered Species Act
Marine Mammal Protection Act
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
Parties and Inchoate Offenses
Parties to Crimes
Inchoate Crimes
Attempt
Conspiracy
Solicitation
Web Links
Key Terms
Review Questions
Problems & Critical Thinking Exercises
End Notes
Factual and Statutory Defenses
“Defense“ Defined
Affirmative Defenses
Insanity
M'Naghten
Irresistible Impulse
Durham
The Model Penal Code Test
Guilty But Mentally Ill
Procedures of the Insanity Defense
Disposition of the Criminally Insane
Insanity at the Time of Trial
Duress and Necessity
Use-of-Force Defenses
Self-Defense
Defense of Others
Defense of Property and Habitation
Impe
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