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Actus reus

in Criminal Law Directions

May 2012; published online June 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 14837 words.

Without assuming prior legal knowledge, books in the Directions series introduce and guide readers through key points of law and legal debate. Questions, diagrams, and exercises help...

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Actus reus

in Criminal Law Concentrate

January 2013; published online June 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 5074 words.

Each Concentrate revision guide is packed with essential information, key cases, revision tips, exam Q&As, and more. Concentrates show you what to expect in a law exam, what examiners are...

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Actus reus

in Criminal Law

May 2013; published online June 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 18269 words.

This chapter explains the concept of actus reus, a Latin phrase that literally means ‘the guilty act’, but which is more aptly translated as ‘the forbidden conduct’. In general, the law is...

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Actus Reus: Acts, Omissions and Causation

in Complete Criminal Law

May 2012; published online June 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 35530 words.

Titles in the Complete series combine extracts from a wide range of primary materials with clear explanatory text to provide readers with a complete introductory resource. This chapter...

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Actus Reus: The Conduct Element

in Criminal Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

April 2012; published online June 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 37738 words.

All books in this flagship series contain carefully selected substantial extracts from key cases, legislation, and academic debate, providing able students with a stand-alone resource. The null...

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Adaptation, Compliance, and Resistance

Ben Crewe.

in The Prisoner Society

October 2009; published online March 2012.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 40298 words.

This chapter discusses how prisoners cope with imprisonment. It identifies and explains forms of adaptation, as well as compliance and resistance in a contemporary prison. It reveals...

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Addiction, Science, and Criminal Responsibility

Stephen J. Morse.

in The Impact of Behavioral Sciences on Criminal Law

April 2009; published online May 2009.

Chapter. Subjects: criminal law. 23485 words.

This chapter has two simple underlying theses. The first is that it is impossible to understand the relation of any variable to criminal responsibility without having in place an account of...

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Addressing ‘Colonial Crimes’ through Reparations?

Larissa van den Herik.

in Journal of International Criminal Justice

July 2012; published online June 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: criminal law; international law. 6072 words.

In 2011, Dutch history came to the courtroom. In the so-called Rawagede case, reparations were asked of the Dutch state for mass executions committed on 9 December 1947 in Indonesia under...

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Addressing White Collar Crime on a Domestic Level

Roland Hefendehl.

in Journal of International Criminal Justice

July 2010; published online July 2010.

Journal Article. Subjects: criminal law; international law. 6561 words.

Combating white-collar crime appears on the agenda of any legislator. Since major commercial enterprises now operate transnationally, the efforts to prosecute and punish business crimes are...

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Admissibility of Evidence, Standard of Proof, and Nature of the Decision in the ICC Confirmation of Charges in Lubanga

Michela Miraglia.

in Journal of International Criminal Justice

July 2008; published online July 2008.

Journal Article. Subjects: criminal law; international law. 7459 words.

On 29 January 2007, Pre-Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court issued the decision on the confirmation of charges in the Lubanga case, committing the suspect for trial for the...

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