Principles of criminal law
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Principles of Criminal Law explores the general principles underlying the law of criminal culpability in Canada and provides a critical examination of legislation and case-law in light of these general principles. It covers both common law principles and the constitutional principles derived from the Charter of Rights, with specific chapters devoted to: actus reus, mens rea, strict and absolute liability, justifications and excuses; deficient mental capacity; inchoate liability; secondary liability.
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