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by William J. Stuntz, Joseph L. Hoffmann
- Release date: March 22, 2011
- Format: hardcover, 940 pages
- Language: english
- Publisher: Aspen Publishers
- ISBN: 9780735507630 (0735507635)
- Author: William J. Stuntz, Joseph L. Hoffmann
About The Book
The distinguished author team of William J. Stuntz and Joseph L. Hoffmann has written an innovative new casebook that moves the study of criminal law out of the classic law and philosophy framework “Why do we punish?” and into the real world “How is criminal law interpreted and applied in today’s criminal justice system?.” The entirely new perspective of Defining Crimes reflects the essential nature of the problems and issues that affect criminal cases every day. This groundbreaking casebook offers: A focus on institutional relationships that places criminal law in the context of the complex relationships among the key institutions: legislatures, prosecutors, police, judges, and juries that share responsibility for defining and applying criminal law. A balanced treatment of the Model Penal Code and the common law, presenting the advantages and disadvantages of the MPC and the common-law approach that it sought to replace.
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