- New to this edition
- Table of cases
- Table of legislation
- Table of Secondary Legislation
- Table of European Legislation
- Table of International Instruments
- 1. Criminal law process
- 2. Criminal law history
- 3. Criminal law values
- 4. Criminal law fabric
- 5. Criminal conduct: <i>actus reus</i>, causation, and permissions
- 6. Criminal capacity, <i>mens rea</i>, and fault
- 7. Excusatory defences
- 8. Homicide
- 9. Non-fatal violations of the person
- 10. Property offences
- 11. Financial crime
- 12. Complicity
- 13. Inchoate offences
(p. xxxiii) Table of International Instruments
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