This unit, which covers the Priestly 11 requirements, examines material relating to substantive and procedural aspects of criminal law. It include an introduction to criminal law and criminal codes, criminal offences, arrest, bail and police powers, criminal responsibility, murder and manslaughter, offences against the person, sexual offences, property offences, children and the law, sentencing. Topics examined by this unit include:
This unit will include a comparative transnational and/or international element, where appropriate.
Prescribed Text - CRIMINAL LAW IN AUSTRALIA
Prescribed Text - CRIMINAL LAWS NORTHERN TERRITORY
Recommended Text - CRIMINAL LAW ELEMENTS
Recommended Text - PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW
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