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Card, Cross & Jones: Criminal Law, Twentieth Edition

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Card, Cross & Jones: Criminal Law, Twentieth Edition

Authors :

Richard Card



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Oxford University Press U.K.

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Oxford University Press

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Card, Cross & Jones: Criminal Law, Twentieth Edition

Thorough coverage of the substantive law ensures that Card, Cross & Jones: Criminal Law provides you with a detailed and up-to-date understanding of the subject
Case law and hypothetical examples are used throughout the text to help elucidate the key principles that govern criminal law
This clearly structured approach ensures that this text closely follows criminal law courses, providing clear and stimulating commentary on the topics you will be studying
New to this edition

Coverage of six new pieces of legislation including the Bribery Act 2010.
Coverage of 99 new cases including: Mendez and Thompson (2010), Wenton (2010), Assange (2011), Gnango (2011).
With a reputation for being one of the very best introductory texts on the substantive criminal law in England and Wales, Card, Cross & Jones: Criminal Law remains a firm favourite with lecturers and students alike. Carefully developed coverage ensures that this textbook will support you throughout your study helping you to advance your understanding of the key principles governing criminal law. Designed for use on undergraduate courses and diplomas in law, discussion of case law as well as hypothetical examples and key point summaries guide you through the technicalities of this fascinating aspect of law.

This twentieth edition has been extensively updated to take account of all the recent changes within the criminal law field, including discussion of the most recent case law including Mendez and Thompson (2010), Assange (2011) and Gnango (2011), and the most recent legislation including the Bribery Act 2010.

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Readership: Students on LLB and Graduate Diploma in Law courses studying modules on criminal law.

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