Oxford monographs on criminal law and criminal justice.
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An ill-suited and inappropriate union? : exploring the relationship between the criminal justice system and health care / Suzanne Ost and Charles A. Erin Criminalizing medical malpractice / Margaret Brazier and Neil Allen Medical manslaughter : the rise (and replacement) of a contested crime? / Oliver Quick Medical or managerial manslaughter? / Neil Allen When are errors a crime? : lessons from New Zealand / Alan Forbes Merry Euthanasia and the defence of necessity : advocating a more appropriate legal response / Suzanne Ost Criminal law is the problem, not the solution / John Griffiths Lessons in legal and judicial ethics from Schiavo : the special responsibilities of lawyers and judges in cases involving persons with severe cognitive disabilities / Robert A. Destro Medical treatment at the end of life-a British doctor's perspective / Michael Wilks Dignity : the difference between abortion and neonaticide for severe disability / Stephen W. Smith Terminating life and human rights : the fetus and the neonate / Elizabeth Wicks Non-treatment of severely disabled newborns and criminal liability under spanish law / Sergio Romeo-Malanda Should we criminalize HIV transmission? / Rebecca Bennett The rightful domain of the criminal law / Charles A. Erin Medicalizing crime-criminalizing health? the role of law / Jonathan Montgomery.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.