Card, Cross & Jones Criminal Law - Richard Card, Jill Molloy - Google книгиPrepare a brief presentation on the key problems with the law on fraud and the Theft Act deception offences before the Fraud Act The Law Commission prepared recommendations on the reform of the Criminal Law of Fraud to deal with the problems explained in the text books see essential reading list below. The Consultation Paper No of 27 th April "Legislating the Criminal Code: Fraud and Deception" is also available from there in summary and full forms on pdf. Access all these parts of the Law Commission site via "publications", going to reports or consultations as appropriate. On the problems Group A some of the Law Commission references below are also useful as are:. Use the above material and Fraud Act below to prepare a presentation critically assessing the Law Commission's recommendations and the new Law. Prepare a presentation critically assessing the method of trial by jury as it applies to complex fraud trials.
Card Cross Jones Criminal Law
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With a reputation for being a thorough introductory text on the substantive criminal law in England and Wales, this book remains popular with lecturers and students. Carefully developed coverage ensures that the book helps with the advancing of understanding of the key principles governing criminal law. Designed for use on undergraduate courses and diplomas in law, discussion of statutory provisions and case law as well as hypothetical examples and key point summaries guide the reader through the technicalities of this aspect of law. This twenty-second edition has been updated to take account of all the recent changes within the criminal law field, including the recent Supreme Court decision of Jogee , and now contains questions at the end of each chapter. Keywords: criminal law , case law , statutory provisions , England , Wales , questions.
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