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Property and fraud offences (chp 9 & 10) - Smith and Hogan’s Essentials of Criminal law
Smith, Hogan, & Ormerod's Criminal Law 15th ed
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This book, in its fourteenth edition and fiftieth year, has been completely updated in order to include all legislative and case law developments. There is detailed analysis of the many recent case developments more than new cases are digested in this edition , in particular, a revision of the chapter dealing with secondary liability and joint enterprise. In detail the book defines crime, looks at sources of criminal law, procedure and sentences, and examines the elements of a crime actus reus and mens rea. Specific crimes examined include crimes of negligence and crimes of strict liability. The second part of the book looks at murder, manslaughter, homicide in general, non-fatal offences, sexual offences, theft, and robbery. It also considers the Fraud Act , burglary, offences of damages to property, offences against public order, and road traffic offences.
The book owes its consistent popularity to its accessible style, depth of analysis, and breadth of coverage. Over fifty years since the publication of the first edition, Professor David Ormerod and Karl Laird continue the tradition set down by Professors Sir John Smith and Brian Hogan by producing a textbook of unrivaled quality. The text continues to be an invaluable resource for undergraduate students and an essential reference source for criminal law practitioners. Online resources:. A selection of online resources accompany this text, including:. People Also Bought.