Criminal Justice in a New Society

(First published as Acta Juridica 2003)



    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702163586
  • Extent: 359 Pages
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  • Category: Criminal Law & Procedure

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The title of this work indicates that the dilemmas of criminal justice under examination are located within a new society.  The society reflected is not only a new, democratic South Africa under a Bill of Rights but also the rapidly changing global society. Authors contributions to this volume have been chosen for their recognised expertise in criminal justice, and for their ability to place the problems of criminal justice analysed in this volume in a broader global or universe context.    The essays cover general and the specific principles of criminal liability; deal with current problems in the law of evidence and criminal procedure in South Africa; focus on international criminal law - specifically the important influence of definitions of domestic criminal law and the disputed definition of aggression; and raise some central issues facing the transnational and international onslaught of organised crime.

A. General principles of criminal liability and specific offences
B. Evidence, criminal process and criminology
C. Sentencing
D. International criminal law
E. Transnational and organised crime

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The title of this work indicates that the dilemmas of criminal justice under examination are located within a new society.  The society reflected is not only a new, democratic South Africa under a Bill of Rights but also the rapidly changing global society. Authors contributions to this volume have been chosen for their recognised expertise in criminal justice, and for their ability to place the problems of criminal justice analysed in this volume in a broader global or universe context.    The essays cover general and the specific principles of criminal liability; deal with current problems in the law of evidence and criminal procedure in South Africa; focus on international criminal law - specifically the important influence of definitions of domestic criminal law and the disputed definition of aggression; and raise some central issues facing the transnational and international onslaught of organised crime.

A. General principles of criminal liability and specific offences
B. Evidence, criminal process and criminology
C. Sentencing
D. International criminal law
E. Transnational and organised crime

  • Academics
  • Legal Practitioners
  • Law Libraries
  • Students

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