Criminal law for common law states

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Harfield, Clive, Hamilton, Mark and Teshome, Aderajew. (2023). Criminal law for common law states LexisNexis.
AuthorsHarfield, Clive, Hamilton, Mark and Teshome, Aderajew
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LexisNexis Study Guide: Criminal Law for Common Law States is designed to assist students with the foundations for effective, systematic exam preparation and revision of criminal law in the common law jurisdictions of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.

Each chapter clearly identifies and explains the pertinent and often difficult topics within criminal law. The most important and recent cases are summarised to consolidate practical understanding of the theoretical concepts.

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Place of publicationChatswood, New South Wales
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