LexisNexis Case Summaries - Criminal Law, 6th edition
LexisNexis Case Summaries — Criminal Law provides a concise summary of the key teaching cases in criminal law across all jurisdictions
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LexisNexis Case Summaries — Criminal Law provides a concise summary of the key teaching cases in criminal law. The design of this popular book highlights catch words, the facts, issue and decision in each case so that the principles can be readily understood and memorised. This structure reflects modern case analysis. The cases have been selected to align with current teaching in criminal law in all Australian jurisdictions. An excellent study and revision resource for students, this book is a great quick reference for anyone wanting to understand the case law in this area.
Structure of the case summaries: catch words, facts, issue and decision reflects modern case analysis