Criminal Law of Fiji

As part of the ongoing commitment to the Rule of Law and the fair and effective administration of justice, LexisNexis is proud to publish Criminal Law of Fiji by Eric Colvin. Criminal law is one of the major areas of practice for lawyers in Fiji and this text provides essential access to selected cases, providing students and practitioners with a concise analysis of the key principles of criminal law and procedure.

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409340983
Release Date: October 01, 2017
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As part of the ongoing commitment to the Rule of Law and the fair and effective administration of justice, LexisNexis is proud to publish Criminal Law of Fiji by Eric Colvin. Criminal law is one of the major areas of practice for lawyers in Fiji and this text provides essential access to selected cases, providing students and practitioners with a concise analysis of the key principles of criminal law and procedure.

 

Related Titles

Crofts, Criminal Law Elements, 5th edition, 2014
Fairall & Barrett, Criminal Defences in Australia, 5th edition, 2016
Field, Crimes That Shaped the Law, 2015

Table of contents

Part 1: Introductory Matters




1. Sources of Criminal Law in Fiji

2. Offences and Their Proof



Part 2: General Elements of Offences





3. Physical Elements

4. Fault Elements



Part 3: Specific Offences





5. Murder and Manslaughter

6. Assaults, Injuries and Harm

7. Sexual Coercion and Exploitation

8. Property Offences

9. Drug Offences



Part 4: Defences




10. Justifications and Excuses

11. Mental Impairment

12. Intoxication



Part 5: Participation in Crime




13. Inchoate Liability

14. Secondary Liability

15. Capacity to Commit Offences: Children and Corporations



Part 6: Criminal Procedure




16. Police Powers

17. Charges

18. Trial Proceedings

19. Verdicts

20. Appeals



Part 7: Sentences




21. Sentencing Process and Principles





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Dimensions:
235 x 165
No. of Pages: 201-300 Language: English