Substantive issues in criminal law (Ashgate (Firm))
First published 2014 by Ashgate Publishing.
Formatted Contents Note
1. How criminal defences work / William Wilson 2. Avoiding criminal liability and excessive punishment for persons who lack culpability : what can and should be done? / Bob Sullivan 3. Prior fault : blocking defences or constructing crimes / J.J. Child 4. Transfer of defences / Michael Bohlander 5. Consent in the criminal law : the importance of relationality and responsibility / Jonathan Herring 6. Good and harm, excuses, and justifications, and the moral narratives of necessity / Susan Edwards 7. Duress and normative moral excuse : comparative standardisations and the ambit of affirmative defences / Alan Reed 8. Of blurred boundaries and prior fault : insanity, automatism, and intoxication / Arlie Loughnan and Nicola Wake 9. Mistaken private defence : the case for reform / Claire de Than and Jesse Elvin 10. Statutory defences of reasonableness : inexcusable uncertainty or reasonable pragmatism / Christopher J. Newman. 11. How do they do that? Automatism, coercion, necessity, and Mens Rea in Scots criminal law / Claire McDiarmid 12. In a spirit of compromise : the Irish doctrine of excessive defence / John E. Stannard 13. Australia / Mirko Bagaric 14. Canada / Kent Roach 15. France / Catherine Elliott 16. Germany / Kai Ambos and Stefanie Bock 17. Islamic law / Mohammad M Hedayati-Kakhki 18. The Netherlands / Erik Gritter 19. New Zealand / Julia Tolmie 20. South Africa / Gerhard Kemp 21. Sweden / Petter Asp and Magnus Ulvang 22. Turkey / R Murat Onok 23. United States of America / Luis E Chiesa.