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|Школа английского. Изучение английского языка. Все для изучающих английский язык Автор Dine Издательство Oxford University Press|
This is a historically significant step in the development of Chinese criminal law, not only for China's criminal justice work, but also for the progress and development of the Chinese legal system. With regard to criminal cases, China operates a system of the Court of Second Instance being the Court of Last Instance. Judicial review of death sentences falls outside the First and Second Instance system, and there are special procedures set up which are targeted at death penalty cases. After New China was established, the policy of retaining and strictly controlling the death sentence was implemented and the ratification system for death sentences was set up. In 1954, regulations on the organisation of the People's Courts were issued and these decreed that death penalty cases must be ratified by the Supreme People's Court and the Higher People's Courts. In a decision made at the fourth session of the First People's Congress in 1957, all death-penalty cases were thenceforth to be decided or ratified by the Supreme People's Court ...
|Cases on criminal law. A collection of reported cases on the criminal law|
|Cases on criminal law|
Несмотря на то, что была проведена серьезная работа по восстановлению первоначального качества издания, на некоторых страницах могут обнаружиться небольшие "огрехи": помарки, кляксы и т. п. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание.
|Criminal Law: text, cases and materials|
This stimulating text presents a wide range of critical perspectives and provides a broad selection of extracts from cases and academic commentaries.
|Smith and Hogan Criminal Law: Cases and Materials|
Cases and Materials provides the necessary materials - cases, statutes, reports, book extracts and articles - for an in-depth study of the general principles of criminal law.
|A Selection Of Cases Illustrative Of English Criminal Law|
|A selection of cases illustrative of English criminal law|
|A digest of cases relating to criminal law from 1756 to 1883 inclusive|
|Blackstone's Statutes on Criminal Law|
|Card, Cross and Jones Criminal Law|
The seventeenth edition covers all of the latest legislative developments, including the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004, the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005, the Drugs Act 2005, and the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006.
Each title in the series seeks to strip its subject to the core - identifying the fundamental principles which underlie it and concentrating on the most important topics - while continuing to point out the intellectual challenges and difficulties within it. The result is a range of texts which take you straight to the heart of their subject matter by providing a succinct and reliable account of the current law.
|Criminal Law Textbook|
With a strong focus on interactive learning, the book actively encourages the reader through the use of introductions, summaries, questions and assessment exercises to highlight and reinforce key problem areas. - Excellent user-friendly lay-out, structure and style with integrated learning tools throughout the text - Chapters objectives, introductions and summaries to provide a clear framework for learning and to highlight key issues - Question boxes and assessment exercises that help reinforce key principles and apply the law to problem situations - Online resource centre contains a wide range of additional cases and materials, which effectively works as a free nullases and materialsnullbook New to this edition - Includes a new dedicated chapter on sexual offences - With the Fraud Bill null expected to become law later this year, the deception offences in the Theft Acts 1968 and 1978 will be replaced with a completely new regime of offences.
|Principles of Criminal Law|
|Smith and Hogan Criminal Law|
The book is complimented by an Online Resource Centre providing updates and useful weblinks.
|Principles of International Criminal Law|
During the last decade international criminal law has developed rapidly.
Through the media coverage of high profile trials we all feel that we know something about criminal law, and this text uses such cases to create a real interest and involvement on the part of the student. It includes ' hot topic' sections which analyze the controversial cases of recent years.
|Core Statutes on Criminal Law 2007-08|
Importantly they do not include commentary or annotation.
|Lectures On The Growth Of Criminal Law In Ancient Communities|
|A History Of Continental Criminal Law (1916)|