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Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia - Cases and Commentary, 7th Edition

by: Colvin, E.; McKechnie, J.; O'Leary, J.

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Publisher: Lexis Nexis,10.10.14

Category: LAW - Criminal Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0409337471
ISBN13: 9780409337471

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Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia: Cases and Materials 7th edition covers the Criminal Codes of Queensland and Western Australia and state and Commonwealth legislation.

Eric Colvin, John McKechnie and Jodie O'Leary's Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia: Cases and Materials 7th edition covers the Criminal Codes of Queensland and Western Australia and other significant state and Commonwealth legislation together with related decisions of the courts.

Although primarily designed for university law students, it will also provide a convenient aid for legal practitioners. This edition provides updated references in most chapters in light of amendments to legislation and recent case law.

Specifically it incorporates discussion of and/or extracts of such recent High Court decisions as Patel (on manslaughter by criminal negligence), Moti (on abuse of process), James (on alternative verdicts) and Barbaro and Bugmy (on sentencing); decisions of the Western Australia Court of Appeal, such as Goodwyn (on self-defence) and Weggers (on attempts); and of the Queensland Court of Appeal, such as Playford (on discretionary exclusion of confessions) and Brown (on judicial independence). It also expands the analysis of areas such as committals, bail and fitness to plead.

Features:

. A unique and current approach on the criminal law of Queensland and Western Australia
. Clear and succinct analysis of the relevant cases
. This book receives excellent feedback from the market, as for example 'excellent coverage of 'Procedures''

Authors:

- Eric Colvin is Professor of Law at University of the South Pacific and Emeritus Professor at Bond University.

- John McKechnie is the senior judge in the general division of the Supreme Court of Western Australia. He is an adjunct professor at Murdoch University.

- Jodie O'Leary is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law at Bond University.

Table of Contents

Part 1 - Introductory Matters

1. The Structure of Criminal Law

2. Persuasive and Evidentiary Burdens

Part 2 - Offences

3. Homicide

4. Murder and Manslaughter

5. Assaults and Injuries

6. Sexual Violence

7. Property Offences

8. Drug Offences

9. Commonwealth Offences

Part 3 - Defences

10. The Role and Range of Defences

11. Lack of Will and Accident

12. Mistake of Fact

13. Ignorance of Law

14. Self-Defence and Other Defensive Force

15. Provocation

16. Compulsion, Emergency and Medical Necessity

17. Insanity, Automatism, Diminished Responsibility

18. Intoxication

Part 4 - Participation in Offences

19. Inchoate Liability

20. Secondary Liability

21. Capacity to Commit Offences

Part 5 - Criminal Procedure

22. Principles of Criminal Procedure

23. Entrapment and Controlled Operations

24. Search, Seizure, Surveillance and Identification

25. Arrest, Bail and Investigative Procedures

26. Questioning and Confessions

27. Charges and Prosecutions

28. Committals and Trials

29. Verdicts

30. Appeals

Part 6 - Consequences of Convictions 31. Sentences and Other Orders