Justification and Excuse in the Criminal Law
by J. C. Smith
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell 1989
Number of pages: 156
Professor Smith considers a subject of great importance to the criminal law, both as a topic of extensive academic debate and also in the context of the problems faced by the ordinary citizen who may be confronted with a choice between breaking the letter of the law, or seeing others suffer harm.
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