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TitleCriminal law : theory and process
Author by Joseph Goldstein, Alan M. Dershowitz [and] Richard D. Schwartz
Imprint New York : Free Press, [1974]
Descript lxxii, 1287 p ; 26 cm

CONTENT

The Case of Dr. Martin and Mr. Robinson-an introductory view of the criminal process: The Disturbing event-official and unofficial community responses -- Absolving or mitigating circumstances?-on the limits and limitations of a law crimes -- Should euthanasia be a crime? a problem for the legislature -- When and under what conditions to parole or pardon-the martin case revisited -- Another introduction to the process of state intervention: California v. Robinson -- What are the differences between civil and criminial law? -- Is a law of crimes indispensable? -- What are the purposes of sanctions in a criminal process? -- What are the requisities of a crime? -- What provoking events naegate or mitigate what crimes? -- Are health and age of the defendant relevant to his criminal liability? -- Why define the crime? fair warning and power restriction


Criminal justice Administration of -- United States -- Cases

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