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The Limits of Criminal Law

Edited by: Matthew Dyson, Benjamin Vogel

ISBN13: 9781780686615
Published: October 2018
Publisher: Intersentia Publishers
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £94.00



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From a framework of core principles, The Limits of Criminal Law explores the normative and performative limits of criminal law at the borders of crime with tort, non-criminal enforcement, medical law, business regulation, administrative sanctions, terrorism and intelligence law. It carefully juxtaposes and compares English and German law on each of these borders, drawing out underlying concepts and building a detailed picture of what shapes criminal law, where its limits come from, and what might motivate legal systems to strain, ignore or strengthen those limits.

Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Chapter 1. Introduction
Part I. Core Principles of Criminal Law
Chapter 2. Core Principles of English Criminal Law
Chapter 3. The Core Legal Concepts and Principles Defining Criminal Law in Germany
Chapter 4. Core Principles Compared
Part II. Crime and Tort
Chapter 5. Overlap, Separation and Hybridity Across Crime and Tort
Chapter 6. Propria and Boundaries of Crime and Tort
Chapter 7. Crime and Tort Compared
Part III. Crime and Medical
Chapter 8. Medicine and the Criminal Law in England and Wales
Chapter 9. Medicine and the Limits of Criminal Law in Germany
Chapter 10. Crime and Medical Compared
Part IV. Crime and Regulation
Chapter 11. Criminal Law in England and Wales
Chapter 12. Criminal Law as a Regulatory Tool
Chapter 13. Crime and Regulation Compared
Part V. Administrative Sanctions
Chapter 14. The Role of Administrative Sanctions in Criminal Law
Chapter 15. Administrative Sanction Law in Germany
Chapter 16. Administrative Sanctions Compared
Part VI. Alternative Enforcement
Chapter 17. State Responses to Criminal Offences in England and Wales and the Problem of Equality
Chapter 18. Alternative Enforcement Mechanisms in Germany
Chapter 19. Alternative Enforcement Compared
Part VII. Counter-Terrorism
Chapter 20. Countering Terrorism at the Limits of Criminal Liability in England and Wales
Chapter 21. Countering Terrorism at the Limits of Criminal Liability in Germany
Chapter 22. Counter-Terrorism Compared
Part VIII. Crime and Intelligence
Chapter 23. Intelligence and the Criminal Law in England and Wales
Chapter 24. Intelligence and Crime Control in the Security Law of Germany
Chapter 25. Crime and Intelligence Compared
Part IX. Conclusion
Chapter 26. Reflections on Criminal Law in England and Germany