The Glannon guide to criminal law: learning criminal law through multiple-choice questions and analysis
Interactive and user-friendly, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law uses explanatory text and multiple-choice questions to review course content and show the reader how to correctly analyze and answer multiple-choice exam questions. A useful review for any student taking Criminal Law, this complete approach to content mastery and exam preparation includes: multiple-choice questions that are integrated into a comprehensive review of the Criminal Law course lucid and informative text that prepares students to successfully analyze and answer multiple-choice questions follow-up explanations of correct and incorrect answers that clarify murky or ambiguous points of law a realistic level of difficulty that is reasonable and fair, not simplistic or esoteric, and which includes a sophisticated final question in each chapter to challenge the student, build confidence, and ensure exam readiness the Closer, a final question at the end of each chapter that provides practice and review for students as they apply concepts covered in that chapter the Closing Closers, questions in the final chapter that provide practice and review for students as they apply concepts covered in earlier chapters valuable exam-taking pointers interspersed within the substantive text Revised and enhanced, The Second Edition features: significant recent Supreme Court cases new Closers, based on recent cases and events an expanded discussion of the Model Penal Code With its balance of explanatory introductions and self-testing questions, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law provides a thorough and up-to-date course review that emphasizes multiple-choice questions and test-taking strategies. *A Teacher's Manual may be available for this book. Teacher's Manuals are a professional courtesy offered to professors only. For more information or to request a copy, please contact Aspen Publishers at 800-950-5259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A Very Short Introduction
Nature of Criminal Law
Elements of a Crime
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accomplice liability actually actus reus ANALYSIS apply argue assault behavior believed burglary chain of causation chapter charged claim co-conspirator commit a crime common law conduct consent consider conspiracy conspirators convicted correct answer criminal law culpability deadly force death penalty defendant acted defendant's duress defense duty to retreat example fact defense felony murder felony-murder doctrine felony-murder rule first-degree murder guilty of attempted guilty of murder heat of passion illegal imminent incorrect insanity defense intent to kill intoxication intoxication defense involuntary manslaughter issue jurisdictions jury kidnapping larceny Levenson's Picks malice mistake of fact mistake of law Model Penal Code necessity defense negligent homicide Penal Code approach police premeditation problem prosecution prosecutors prove provocation proximate cause punishment purpose rape rea requirement reasonable person recklessness responsible risk self-defense sentence shooting situation standard statute strict liability crime strict liability offense theft threat unlawful victim violate wrong answer