Criminal Law begins with
the foundations of law and the legal system and then extensively explores
criminal laws and defenses using general state principles, federal law, the
Constitution, and the Model Penal Code as guidelines. Topics covered includes:
Constitutional Protections, The Legal System in the United States, The
Elements of a Crime, Criminal Defenses, Parties to Crime, Inchoate Offenses,
Criminal Homicide, Sex Offenses and Crimes Involving Force, Fear, and Physical
Restraint, Crimes against the Public, Property and Government.
material is prepared for the sole purpose of guiding the students in
preparation for their examinations. Topics covered includes Crime And Its
Meaning, Offences Against Human Body, Kidnapping And Abduction.
Australian criminal law
was originally received from the English common law, which continues to evolve
in Australian courts. A criminal offence is conduct that breaches the criminal
law and is described in the Criminal Code Act 1899 of Queensland as an
act or omission which renders the person doing the act or making the omission
liable to punishment.
covers the following contents related to Criminal Law : Concepts of Criminal
Law, Introduction and Layout of the Chapter, General Concepts and Goals of
the Penal Code, General Concepts of the Penal Code, The Constitution and
Criminal Law, Public and Semi-Public Crimes, Elements of a Crime, Omission
versus Commission, Intent Requirement, Penalties and Liability, Penalties,
Liability, Forms of Crimes, Perpetrators, Exclusion of Unlawfulness or
Guilt, Specific Crimes, Crimes against Peace and Humanity, Crimes Against
Persons, Killing, Crimes Against Physical Integrity, Crimes Against Liberty,
Sex Crimes, Crimes Against Democratic Practice, Crimes Against Assets.