Parties to Crime in UK Law

  • Recent Book: Criminal Law: Text and Materials
    • No. 58-4, October 1985
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ... ... rea toactus reus, general defences, causation, inchoate offences, parties to crime, non-fatal offences against the person, homicide, concluding with ... ...
  • Recent Book: A Vexed Subject: Practical Police Prosecuting
    • No. 52-1, January 1979
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ... ... been made by case law to the following subjects: mens rea, parties to crime, theft and obtaining by deception, incitement, attempt, ... ...
  • Recent Book: An Old Friend to Help: Criminal Law
    • No. 52-1, January 1979
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ... ... been made by case law to the following subjects: mens rea, parties to crime, theft and obtaining by deception, incitement, attempt, ... ...
  • Recent Book: Human Rights and the Police
    • No. 58-4, October 1985
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ... ... of 582 pages comprising nine chapters concerned with crime and punishment, the general principles of liability, the ... actus reus, general defences, causation, inchoate offences, parties to crime, non- fatal offences against the person, homicide, ... ...
  • Review: Investigating Murder: Detective Work and the Police Response to Criminal Homicide, Preparing for Police Duty, Textbook on Criminal Law, 7th Edition, Abuse of Process in Criminal Proceedings
    • No. 76-4, September 2003
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ... ... techniques are used by detectives to manufacture a narrative of the crime that sets out how the incident took place, and who did what to whom. In so ... Liability Capacity and Incapacitating Conditions General Defences Parties to Crime Inchoate Offences Homicide Non-fatal Offences against the Person ... ...
  • The Future of Joint-up Thinking
    • No. 79-3, June 2015
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
    The law of secondary liability continues to trouble defendants, victims, politicians, practitioners, judges, academics and laypeople. In a recent report, the House of Commons Justice Select Committ...
    ... ... merely because he foresaw achance that the principal might commit a crime. This article discusses the report, analyses thesubstantive law in issue ... Within the general picture, the JSC thinks that secondary parties to murder charges needparticular and urgent review.The Report is a timely ... ...
  • Strengthening the role of lawyers and other professional advisers in addressing economic and financial crimes in Indonesia
    • No. 26-4, October 2019
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 1107-1116
    Purpose: This paper aims to explain the regulations in Indonesia that apply to lawyers and other professional advisers in terms of their obligations as reporting parties of suspicious financial tra...
    ... ... advisers in terms of their obligations as reporting parties of suspicious financial transactionswith respect to money launderingand ... businesstransactions.The results could lead to bribery, graft,tax crime and corruption in Indonesia.Design/methodology/approach –This paper ... ...
  • Law and Order as a Leftist Project?
    • No. 3-3, July 2001
    • Punishment & Society
    • 0000
    Since the 1970s, crime policy has become politicized. Conservative parties have launched the law and order theme and exploited crime in political campaigns. Social Democratic and other leftist part...
  • Third Party Liability for Dishonesty Extended
    • No. 3-2, March 1995
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 203-204
    The Privy Council in the recent Brunei decision of Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan has widened the liability of third parties who assist in a breach of trust. They will now be liable if they ha...
    ...Journal of Financial Crime — Vol. 3 No. 2 — Civil Recovery Third Party Liability for Dishonesty ... Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan1 has widened the liability of third parties who assist in a breach of trust. They will now be liable if they have ... ...
  • A Better Politics of Crime? A Critical Analysis of the Argument for Insulating Penal Policy from Political Contention
    • No. 12-1, January 2022
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Lucas Moran
    • LLB (Soton)
    • 42-54
    Since the end of the 20th century, penal populism has been on the rise. This rise has resulted in most major political parties in western countries adopting a tough approach to crime to maintain th...
    ... ... Abstract ... Since the end of the 20 th century, penal populism has been on the rise. This rise has resulted in most major political parties in western countries adopting a tough approach to crime to maintain their popularity with the electorate ... This ‘penal arms race’ between ... ...
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