Smith and Hogan: Criminal Law is regarded as the leading doctrinal textbook on criminal law in England and Wales and has been for almost 40 years. This book owes its consistent popularity to its accessible style, depth of analysis and breadth of coverage. It is an invaluable study aid for undergraduates and an essential reference source for criminal law practitioners. The eleventh edition has been updated to include all legislative and case law developments. Additional references are made to academic literature, offering direction for further research.
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David Ormerod is Professor of Criminal Law in the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Leeds. He is the Cases Editor of the Criminal Law Review and publishes monthly commentaries in that journal. He has published widely on aspects of criminal law, the law of evidence and procedure. He is a Barrister, and a Door Tenant at 18 Red Lion Court.
"An intrinsic resource for any lawyer or practitioner involved in the criminal justice system." Simon McKay, Solicitor Advocate, Covert Policing Review 2005
`Review from previous edition "It would be difficult to imagine how many lawyers practising today have relied, at one time or another, upon Smith and Hogan at the very start of their legal careers over the past 30 years that their books have been published...Smith and Hogan promises to provide many more generations of criminal law students with a solid and dependable background for their studies."' The Legal Executive Journal
`"For a generation of students, Smith and Hogan Criminal Law has been the bible of Criminal Law."' Jonathan Herring, Times Higher Education Supplement
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Book Description Oxford University Press, USA, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 11. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0406977305