Criminal Law: Outlines, Diagrams, and Exam Study Sheets (3d edition)

Criminal Law: Outlines, Diagrams, and Exam Study Sheets is designed to aid you in study and preparation for exams. The book contains three sections: Outlines, Diagrams, and Exam Study Sheets. Outlines are detailed outlines of the course material, arranged by topic. Diagrams are perfect companions to the Outlines, containing flow charts, diagrams, and other visual aids for each topic. Exam Study Sheets are condensed outlines, perfect for getting the ‘big picture,’ for revising, and for testing yourself on the details. All three sections include statutes, cases, and key terms, arranged and color-coded to maximize your studying, memorizing, and revising/reviewing.

Topics include: Elements of an Offense; Actus Reus: Voluntariness, Omissions, Consequences; Mens Rea; Murder and Homicide; Voluntary Manslaughter; Simple Non-Fatal Offenses Against the Person; Aggravated Non-Fatal Offenses Against the Person; Sexual Offenses; Failure of Proof Defense & Justificatory Defenses; Excusatory Defenses & Mental Disorder Defenses; Attempt; Parties to Crime; Theft; Fraud; Robbery; Burglary; Criminal Damage.

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Jurisprudence: Diagrams for Law Students

Jurisprudence: Diagrams for Law StudentsThis book contains diagrams and flowcharts as an aid to the study of Jurisprudence. Designed to help you get the big picture of the theories, jurists, and terms of the subject. Use them to see an overall picture of each before you begin reading your texts, to organize your own notes, and to review and revise. Prepare for your exams by using them to test your knowledge on the details.

Topics include:

  • The Imperative/Command Theory
  • Classical and Modern Natural Law Theory
  • Hart’s Concept of Law
  • Hart’s Defense Against Natural Law and Fuller’s Critiques
  • Raz, Practical Reason, the Authority of Law
  • Kelson’s Theory
  • Dworkin: Integrity and Interpretation
  • Marxist Legal Theory
  • Liberalism and the Law
  • Feminist Legal Theory

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