Card, Cross and Jones: Criminal Law

February 26, 2009

Card, Cross and Jones: Criminal Law

Author: Richard Card

Edition: Eighteenth

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Pages: 928

Price: £26.99

ISBN 9780199231638

This title combines breadth of coverage with readability and sets out the principal points of criminal law in a thorough way. It is designed for use on undergraduate degree courses and graduate diplomas in law. This edition has been updated to include legislative and case law developments.

Who is it for? First-year criminal law undergraduate students.

Presentation: Attractively presented with boxes highlighting key definitions; statutory provisions and judicial quotes.

Would you recommend it? It provides an authoritative guide to criminal law.

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