This text provides an alternative to the standard black letter criminal law text. The authors analyse central aspects of criminal law in the context of the assumptions surrounding it, using historical, political, sociological and philosophical sources and a variety of critical approaches.However, the Law Commission finally recommended (Report 229, 1995) that the status quo should remain, although the law ... the person and objective Caldwell recklessness in criminal damage offences is more apparent than real, partly because it is mediated by the intoxication rules. ... What you get is not what you see.
|Title||:||Reconstructing Criminal Law|
|Author||:||Nicola Lacey, Celia Wells, Oliver Quick|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2003-09-01|