The Journal of criminal law, criminology, and police science.
xvi, 460 pages : portrait ; 25 cm.
Publications of the Comparative Criminal Law Project ; v. 1.
Festschrift in honor of Robert Harvey Gault and the Journal of criminal law, criminology and police science. --German criminal law reform: its development and cultural-historical background, by H. H. Jescheck.--Soviet criminal law reform: centralized uniformity versus local diversification, by G. Ginsburgs and G. Mason.--Japanese criminal procedure reform: a practical experiment in comparative law, by S. Dando.
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Formatted Contents Note
Some misconceptions in contemporary criminology, by M. Lopez-Rey. Pre-classical penology, by P. W. Tappan. Return to the scene of the crime, by H. von Hentig. The contribution of physcological testing to criminological theories and to diagnosis of mentally abnormal criminals, by F. Ferracuti. "Rule of law" in criminal justice, by H. Silving. The three fundamental aspects of criminal law, by J. Hall. Causing criminal harm, by G. O. W. Mueller. Error juris in Scandinavian criminal law, by J. Andenaes. The regulatory offense in historical perspective, by J. E. Starrs. The defense insanity in Australia, by N. Morris. Diminished responsibility, a withering away of the concept of criminal responsibility? By J. L. J. Edwards. Automatism, by G. L. Williams. Methods of treatment of drug addiction, by M. Ploscowe. French criminal law reform: 150 years Penal code, by M. Ancel.
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STA K5015.4 .M84 1961
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