This volume explains how British criminal law works, and the substantive rules of criminal law within the context of the law's overall objectives, showing, for example, that the distinction between murder and manslaughter can only be understood properly if the law's purpose is also appreciated. An account is provided of the general principles of criminal liability and the most important offences - homicide and other crimes against the person, and the various property offences such as theft and burglary.
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