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Comparative Concepts of Criminal Law

Paperback Engels 2019 9781780686851
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Comparative Concepts of Criminal Law is unique in the sense that it introduces the reader to the fundamental concepts and rules of substantive criminal law in a comparative way and not just to the criminal law system of one specific jurisdiction. Compared with other fields of law, like contract and property law, comparative research into the so-called general part of criminal law is quite a recent phenomenon within academia. The increasing ‘Europeanisation’ of criminal law and policy makes such a comparative approach even more necessary.

This handbook therefore fills a legal educational gap by exploring basic concepts of substantive criminal law in three major European legal systems: the common law system of England and Wales and the civil law systems of Germany and the Netherlands. Each chapter focuses on a specific concept or doctrine that is necessary to determine criminal liability (e.g. actus reus, mens rea, defences, inchoate offences). Throughout the book the authors also highlight and discuss some recent legislative and judicial developments that broaden the scope of criminal liability in our modern culture of control.

This book is not only invaluable for students, but also for legal practitioners who want to broaden their knowledge of criminal law.

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ISBN13:9781780686851
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:394
Uitgever:Intersentia
Druk:3
Verschijningsdatum:16-1-2019
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch
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Over Johannes Keiler

Dr Johannes Keiler (Mag. iur., LLM) is an assistant professor in criminal law at the University Maastricht. He studied law at the Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck and at the University of Amsterdam. In 2007 he joined Maastricht University as a PhD researcher and lecturer. In 2013 he defended his dissertation ‘Actus reus and participation in European criminal law’. It was awarded the Modderman Prize for best dissertation in the field of criminal law in 2014. Dr Keiler lectures in subjects including comparative criminal law, criminal procedure, European criminal law and cooperation in criminal matters.

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Over David Roef

Dr. David Roef is assistent professor in criminal law at the University Maastricht. He studied law at the Free University of Brussels. He defended his dissertation “Strafbare Overheden. Een rechtsvergelijkende studie naar de strafrechtelijke aansprakelijkheid van overheden voor milieuverstoring” (A comparative study on the criminal liability of public legal entities for environmental pollution) cum laude in 2001. It was awarded the J.C. Ruigrok-award in 2004 and the Modderman-prize for best dissertation in the field of criminal law in 2005. Dr. Roef also worked as a researcher for the Dutch parlementary commission on construction fraud (2002). He has been frequently involved in (comparative) legal research related to environmental criminal law, corruption and criminal liability of legal entities. He currently lectures in subjects including comparative criminal law, legal philosophy, neurolaw and criminal policy.

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction (p. 1)

Chapter I. Theories of Punishment (p. 11)
Chapter II. Principles of Criminalisation and the Limits of Criminal Law (p. 35)
Chapter III. The Principle of Legality (p. 85)
Chapter IV. Actus Reus and Mens Rea (p. 107)
Chapter V. Commission Versus Omission (p. 121)
Chapter VI. Causation (p. 153)
Chapter VII. Forms and Aspects of Mens Rea (p. 177)
Chapter VIII. Justifications and Excuses (p. 207)
Chapter IX. Inchoate Offences: Attempt and Preparation (p. 253)
Chapter X. Forms of Participation (p. 285)
Chapter XI. Corporate Criminal Liability (p. 333)

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