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A history of the criminal law of England

Author: James Fitzjames Stephen
Publisher: New York: B. Franklin, [1964?]
Series: Burt Franklin research & source works series, no. 71.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Stephen, James Fitzjames, 1829-1894.
History of the criminal law of England.
New York : B. Franklin, [1964?]
(OCoLC)643511376
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Fitzjames Stephen
OCLC Number: 52500
Description: 3 volumes ; 24 cm.
Contents: VOLUME ONE: STATEMENT OF THE SUBJECT OF THE WORK --
ROMAN CRIMINAL LAW --
EARLY ENGLISH CRIMINAL LAW --
THE ORDINARY CRIMINAL COURTS-QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION OF THE HIGH COURT, THE COURTS OF ASSIZE, THE COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS, COURTS OF SUMMARY JURISDICTION, FRANCHISE COURTS, WELSH COURTS --
THE CRIMINAL JURISDICTION OF PARLIAMENT AND THE COURT OF THE LORD HIGH STEWARD --
THE CRIMINAL JURISDICTION OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL --
HISTORY OF THE LAW OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE.-PROCEDURE DOWN TO COMMITTAL FOR TRIAL OR BAIL --
HISTORY OF THE LAW OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CONTINUED.-FORMS OF ACCUSATION AND TRIAL-APPEALS-ORDEALS-TRIAL BY JURY --
HISTORY OF THE LAW OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CONTINUED, -LEGAL INCIDENTS OF A CRIMINAL TRIAL-INDICTMENT AND INFORMATION -ARRAIGNMENT, TRIAL, AND VERDICT --
HISTORY OF THE LAW OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CONTINUED.-PROCEEDINGS BY WAY OF APPEAL --
HISTORY OF CRIMINAL TRIALS IN ENGLAND FROM 1554-1760 --
DESCRIPTION OF MODERN CRIMINAL TRIALS --
HISTORY OF LEGAL PUNISHMENTS --
MANAGEMENT OF PROSECUTIONS --
GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE VIEW OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH CRIMINAL PROCEDURE --
VOLUME TWO: LIMITS OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION IN REGARD TO TIME, PERSON, AND PLACE-ACTS OF STATE-EXTRADITION --
OF CRIMES IN GENERAL AND OF PUNISHMENTS --
CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY --
RELATION OF MADNESS TO CRIME --
CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS OF THE SUBSTANTIVE CRIMINAL LAW; COMMON LAW AND STATUTE LAW TREASON, FELONY, AND MISDEMEANOUR --
LEADING POINTS IN THE HISTORY OF THE SUBSTANTIVE CRIMINAL LAW --
OF PARTIES TO THE COMISSION OF CRIMES, AND OF INCITEMENTS, ATTEMPTS, AND CONSPIRACIES TO COMMIT CRIMES --
OFFENCES AGAINST THE STATE-HIGH TREASON --
SEDITIOUS OFFENCES-SEDITIOUS WORDS --
LIBELS --
CONSPIRACIES --
OFFENCES AGAINST RELIGION --
VOLUME THREE: HISTORY OF THE LAW RELATING TO MURDER AND MANSLAUGHTER --
OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON OTHER THAN HOMICIDE --
HISTORY OF THE LAW RELATING TO THEFT AND SIMILAR OFFENCES --
COINAGE OFFENCES --
FORGERY -MALICIOUS INJURIES TO PROPERTY --
OFFENCES RELATING TO TRADE AND LABOUR --
MISCELLANEOUS OFFENCES --
POLICE OFFENCES PUNISHABLE ON SUMMARY CONVICTION --
INDIAN CRIMINAL LAW --
THE CODIFICATION OF THE CRIMINAL LAW --
TRIALS: THE CASE OF JOHN DONELLAN --
THE CASE OF WILLIAM PALMER --
THE CASE OF WILLIAM DOVE --
THE CASE OF THOMAS SMETHURST THE CASE OF THE MONK LEOTADE --
THE AFFAIR OF ST. CYR THE CASE OF FRANCOIS LESNIER.
Series Title: Burt Franklin research & source works series, no. 71.
Responsibility: Sir James Fitzjames Stephen bart.

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