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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes -Drug User, Inculturation, Consequentialism

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Crime can be defined from at least three perspectives: the legal, ethical and contractual. A crime is any act prohibited or punishable by law or any fo
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: White-Collar Crime, Embezzlement, Loan Shark

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Lawyers & judges de ne it as any behavior designated by law makers as criminal and is subject to penal sanctions. Criminologists de ne it as behavior p
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Reading 4.doc

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Law reform commission of canada: the general part was basically left to common law. In 1982, however, parliament enacted a criminal code based on steph
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

Reading 6- Chapter 4.doc

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Reading 2.doc

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It assumes a high degree of social consensus and argues that these rules and processes reflect shared values and concerns. This means they assume indiv
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Reading 5.doc

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Ambiguity and vagueness in the criminal law: an analysis of types. Internal contextual vagueness: the most cursory perusal of the code betrays an abund
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

Reading 3.doc

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In this way, a bifurcation has appeared between an applied feminist legal realism and a speculative feminist legal utopian. Temporary and non-serious d
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes -Sexual Assault

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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

Reading 7.doc

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It also places a responsibility on either the police or other levels of government to assist in the mobilization of disadvantaged groups. In three cana
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

Reading 8.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Battered women: definition, models and prosecutorial policy (a. mcgillivray) Prosecutorial policy: discretion investigative, prosecutorial and judicial
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

Reading 9.doc

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Reading 3 part 2.doc

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Input has several aspects to it which relate to the production of criminal law. Who it is who produces the criminal law and their qualifications is a q
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