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Robinson (law, Northwestern U.) and Darley (psychology, Princeton U.) examine the shared intuitive notions of justice among the general population and compare the main principles against those embedded in current US criminal codes, citing examples involving the justified use of force, insanity, omission liability, entrapment, multiple offenses, and other issues. They also discuss the proper role of community standards in formulating legal doctrine, and conclude that laws that ignore community views lose their moral authority and are less often complied with. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Product Details

Author: R Merritt, M Barth

Language: English


Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: TASCHEN

Release Date: 2003-05-05

Pages: 600

ISBN: 3822819735

ISBN13: 9783822819739