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Criminal Law: Case Studies and Controversies (w/ Connected eBook with Study Center)

  • Edition : 5th ed., 2020
  • Author(s) : Robinson, Baughman, Cahill
    • ISBN: 9781543809015
    • SKU: 93329
    • Condition: New
    • Format: Hardcover/Access Code

    $241.50

    List Price: $345.00

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    • SKU: 93329E
    • Format: Digital Access Code

    $259.00

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Criminal Law: Case Studies & Controversies eschews traditional reliance on judicial opinions in favor of an innovative and dynamic method of criminal law instruction that is centered on statutory interpretation and case studies. Examination of real-world problems allows first-year law students to not only develop familiarity with the criminal law doctrine necessary for potential careers as prosecutors or defense attorneys, but also hone crucial skills for lawyering in general. Provocative case studies provide background for engaging class discussion and challenge students to tackle applying doctrine in real-world situations. When useful, the book provides actual cases from a variety of jurisdictions to further illuminate the concepts with which students have already been forced to grapple. 

Features:

  • Additional and updated case studies and discussion material informed by the professors’ teaching experiences and designed to reinforce issues at the forefront of modern criminal law.
  • Streamlined chapters throughout the whole casebook for a more efficient and concise textbook.