The Constitution of the Criminal Law
- The Constitution of the Criminal Law
R A Duff
S E Marshall
- Oxford University Press
This volume is the third of a series of collections arising from an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)-funded project on criminalization. It contains revised versions of papers discussed at the project workshops in 2010–11. The book is concerned with three related sets of issues about criminalization that are captured by its title — The Constitution of the Criminal Law — and addressed by the authors of these papers. This introductory chapter provides a brief sketch of those issues along with an overview of the subsequent chapters.
criminal law, criminalization, Arts and Humanities Research Council, AHRC, constitution
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