Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 25 2016 Criminal Law Part 1
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The Halsbury's Laws Criminal Law title examines the principles of criminal liability, including the nature and elements of crime, defences, capacity, and encouraging or assisting crime. It methodically sets out the offences, including offences against the person, modern slavery and human trafficking, offences against the state and security, weapons offences, and includes the latest developments on joint enterprise following R v Jogee.
The Criminal Law title is available in two parts. Volumes 25 and 26 comprise the title in full.
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