Understanding Criminal Law, 2nd Edition [eBook]
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Table of contents
Part I â€“ Introduction to Criminal Law
Chapter 1 What is a Crime?
Chapter 2 Aims of Punishment
Chapter 3 The Singapore Criminal Process
Part II â€“ Anatomy of a Crime
Chapter 4 Actus Reus
Chapter 5 Mens Rea
Chapter 6 Strict Liability
Chapter 7 Challenges to establishing a crime
Part III â€“ Common Offences
Chapter 8 Property Offences
Chapter 9 Offences Against the Person
Chapter 10 Sexual Offences
Chapter 11 Culpable Homicide
Part IV â€“ Accessorial and Joint Liability
Chapter 12 Accessorial Liability
Chapter 13 Joint Liability
Part V â€“ Defences
Chapter 14 General Defences
Chapter 15 Special Defences