The structures of criminal law.
- R.A. Duff (ed.)
- Oxford University Press, 2011
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This second book in a series on the issue of criminalization is concerned with the structurees of criminal law in three different senses: internal structure of the law itself, the place of criminal law within the larger scope of jurisprudence, and the relationships between legal structures and social and potlical structures.