Criminal cases

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  • The dissertation presents scientific arguments on the quality of firstinstance trial for criminal cases and identifies criteria and factors affecting the quality of first-instance trial for criminal cases. It also analyzes and evaluates the current state of the quality of first-instance trial for criminal cases through the trial practice of two-level People’s Courts in Hai Duong province, thenceforth, it proposes solutions to ensure and improve the quality of first-instance trial for criminal cases.

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  • In order to improve the efficiency of the fight against crime and for the sake of fair and correct treatm ent policy, our lawmakers together with classifying types of crimes has divided the criminal law into different criminal cases and different criminal offences. Notably, the division of offences and types of criminals has reflected through a fact that not all crimes and offenders have to face criminal liability.

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  • This article discusses the differences between the prosecutors in the criminal system of Vietnam and Japan in the enforcement of the prosecution right and the activities in the process of resolving criminal cases. At the same time, the cause of the legal history, as well as the organizational model between the two criminal justice systems that led to the differences of these two subjects of the two systems is also mentioned.

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  • Mental health and legal professionals face formidable challenges in applying their knowledge and expertise to the criminal justice system. This book addresses psycholegal issues from both law (e.g., statutes, case law, and legal theory) and clinical-forensic (e.g., empirically based knowledge and specialized methods) perspectives.Within the criminal justice system, it considers the major legal, empirical, and forensic issues found in the law–mental health interface.

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  • Criminal Law was my favorite class as a first-year law student at Northwestern University Law School in 1958. I’ve loved it ever since, a love that has only grown from teaching it at least once a year at the University of Minnesota since 1971. I hope my love of the subject comes through in Criminal Law, which I’ve just finished for the tenth time. It’s a great source of satisfaction that my modest innovation to the study of criminal law—the textcasebook— has endured and flourished.

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  • This book provides a hugely important contribution to a complex and vital area of international criminal law. For the courts and tribunals which are charged with the responsibility of trying the most serious cases in the criminal calendar, there can be few subjects of greater concern than the approach that should be taken when dealing with the alleged responsibility of those who are seemingly ‘in control’ when the worst international crimes are committed.

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  • Engaging students throughout the process of learning career competencies is the goal of Criminal Law and Procedure for the Paralegal: A Systems Approach, Third Edition. Students are challenged to enhance their legal reasoning, critical thinking, and problemsolving skills by applying them to realistic case scenarios, analysis problems, electronic and traditional research exercises, and to numerous drafting, interviewing, discovery, and other typical paralegal tasks. The text also addresses the human element in the practice of criminal law, including the accompanying rewards and pitfalls.

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  • This book reflects the insights and ideas developed over the course of twenty years of teaching criminal law and criminal procedure to undergraduate criminal justice students. The volume combines the concepts and learning tools found in undergraduate texts with the types of challenging cases and issues that are characteristic of law school casebooks.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'the criminal law handbook: know your rights, survive the system 12th edition', kinh tế - quản lý, luật phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Recent Supreme Court decisions categorically preclude the application of capital punishment to convicted offenders who were below the age of eighteen or mentally retarded at the time they committed the crimes for which they were sentenced.1 Neither opinion suggests that offenders in these categories cannot be criminally responsible for their offenses, and the Atkins opinion explicitly recognizes that some mentally retarded offenders can qualify as criminally responsible for their offenses.

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  • As will be apparent from other chapters in this book, it is a mistake to think that case management begins and ends with the Criminal Procedure Rules (the Rules).1 The Rules set out objectives and provide tools to assist the Judge and the parties in the preparation and progression of a case. But the concepts are not new. Quite apart from the Rules, the basics and philosophy of case management were set out clearly in the judgment of Judge LJ in Chaaban.

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  • !“e International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is a profoundly important institution in the development of international humanitarian law and criminal law in general. Its arrival heralded a newfound willingness of the international community to bring to book perpetrators of war crimes and gross or systematic violations of human rights.

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  • In 1994, the Law Commission were kind enough to engage me as a consultant on their project on the hearsay rule in criminal proceedings, and a year later I saw my input reflected in the sections of the resulting Consultation Paper where the rule was examined, the justifications for it were analysed together with the problems that it causes, the Strasbourg case law was analysed, and where readers were shown how the underlying issues are handled by the courts in France and Germany.

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  • It is seeks to provide a handy set of reference materials for students studying criminal law on undergraduate or CPE programmes. As such it offers coverage of the mainstream criminal offences through statutory and case law materials.

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  • This walk-through is intended to quickly familiarize you with what may happen as a case wends its way through the criminal justice system. While no two cases follow the identical procedural path, the example provides an overview of the entire process and serves as a guide to where you’ll find answers to the questions posed in the walk-through, as well as loads of additional important information.

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  • The Clerk for Public Prosecutions allowed me access to the criminal records which provide the basis for this book. Dawn Troy of the New South Wales Archives Office made records awaiting restoration available for my research; she also provided me with lists of cases. Di Rhodes of the Dixson Library assisted me in locating police bench records for Sydney. The staff of the New South Wales Archives Office were also most helpful in locating records, advising copying procedures and tolerating my requests. Though I spent less time in the Mitchell Library, staff there were similarly helpful....

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  • Mental condition defences have been used in several high-profile and controversial criminal trials in recent years. indeed, mental abnormality is increasingly an important yet complex source of defence within the criminal trial process. The author offers a detailed critical analysis of those defences within the Criminal Law where the accused relies on some form of mental abnormality as a source of defence.

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  • In this chapter you will learn: List and explain the classifications of sex offenses, list and explain the four types of sexual murder, discuss interview procedures and investigative questions for sexual assault cases, explain why women do not report rape to the police and the motivation for false rape allegations, outline the types of physical evidence collected in rape and sexual assault cases,…

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  • Following the signing of the Lisbon Treaty the authors took a strategic decision to ring-fence discussions of the relevant changes in the book. If you read the ‘boxed text’ throughout this book, you will realise that the changes affecting the field of criminal law contained in the Lisbon Treaty are particularly important. The value of this ring-fencing approach was demonstrated when on Friday 13 June 2008 the legislation necessary to ratify the Lisbon Treaty by Ireland was rejected in a referendum.

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  • D stabbed a pregnant woman with the intention of harming her alone. She then went into premature labour, her child being born alive. D pleaded guilty to wounding the woman with intent. Subsequently, her child died owing to its prematurity, and D was charged with murder Held D could be guilty of manslaughter but not murder. The requisite intent to be proved in the case of murder was an intention to kill or cause really serious bodily injury to the mother, the foetus before birth being viewed as an integral part of the mother.

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