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Author: Joel Prentiss Bishop; John Maxcy Zane; Carl Zollmann
Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Co. [©1923]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 9th ed.View all editions and formats
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Bishop, Joel Prentiss, 1814-1901.
Treatise on criminal law.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Co. [©1923]
(OCoLC)767775705
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Prentiss Bishop; John Maxcy Zane; Carl Zollmann
OCLC Number: 3448949
Description: 2 volumes 26 cm
Contents: Vol. 1. General and elementary. A. Outlines and introductory views. 1. The nature and sources of law --
2. Classes of law --
3. Criminal law --
4. Military and martial law --
5. The authorities : their weight and effect --
B. Governmental locality and its resulting jurisdiction. 6. Jurisdiction of crime between the United States and foreign nations --
7. Jurisdiction of local limits of the states --
8. Jurisdiction of the United States within state limits --
9. Nature and sources of the national jurisdiction outside of the states --
10. The common law within the United States --
C. The several elements of crime and their combinations. 11. Act and intent --
12. Public good and desert of punishment must combine --
13. Magnitude of crime --
14. Public nature of the wrong --
15. Injured person in the wrong or consenting --
16. Criminal and civil liabilities from the same act --
17. Ex post facto laws --
D. The evil intent. 18. General view of intent --
19. Ignorance and mistake of law and fact --
20. Carelessness and negligence --
21. Intent producing unintended result --
22. More than one intent cooperating --
23. Necessity and compulsion --
24. Husband's coercion of wife --
25. Infancy --
26. Insanity --
27. Intoxication --
28. Corporations as criminals --
29. The words to indicate the intent --
E. The criminal act. 30. General nature --
31. Division of criminal act --
32. Protection to the government in its existence, authority, and functions --
33. Protection to the relations of the government with other governments --
34. Protection to the public revenue --
35. Protection to the public health --
36. Protection to religion, public morals, and education --
37. Protection to population and wealth --
38. Protection to the public convenience and safety --
39. Protection to the public order and tranquility --
40. Protection to individuals --
41. Protection to animals --
F. Technical divisions and distinctions. 42. Outlines of divisions and distinctions --
43. Treason, felony, and misdemeanor --
44. Proximity of the offender to the crime --
45. Combinations of persons in crime --
46. The principal --
47. The accessory before the fact --
48. The accessory after the fact --
49. Compounding --
50. Misprision --
51. Attempts --
52. Shaping of wrong into specific crime --
53. Merger --
54. Relations of specific offences --
G. Incidental relations and things connected with crime. 55. Quasi crime in rem, or forfeitures of things in the wrong --
56. The defence of person and property --
57. Domestic relations --
58. Personal relations other than domestic --
59. Pardon --
59a. Customs --
59b. Adjustments with persons injured --
59c. Immunity --
59d. Entrapment --
H. The consequences of crime and its prosecution. 60. Punishment by sentence of court --
61. Punishment for subsequent offence --
62. Consequences of the sentence by operation of law --
63. Second prosecution for the same offence --
I. Nuisance. 64. General doctrine --
65. Bawdy-house --
66. Combustible articles --
67. Common scold --
68. Disorderly house --
69. Eavesdropping --
70. Exposure of person --
71. Gaming-house --
72. Offensive trades --
73. Public shows --
74. Wooden and other objectionable buildings --
vol. 2. The specific offences. J. Specific offences. 1. Affray --
2. Arson and other criminal burnings --
3. Assault --
4. Barratry --
5. Battery --
6. Blasphemy and profaneness --
7. Bribery --
8. Burglary and similar breakings --
9. Champerty and maintenance --
10. Cheats at common law --
11. Conspiracy --
12. Contempt of court and the like --
13. Counterfeiting and the like as to coin --
14. Disturbing meetings --
15. Duelling --
16. Embezzlement --
17. Embracery --
18. Extortion --
19. False pretenses --
20. Forcible entry and detainer --
21. Forcible trespass --
22. Forgery of writings and its kindred offenses --
23. Homicide --
24. Kidnapping and false imprisonment --
25. Larceny, simple --
26. Larceny, compound --
27. Libel and slander --
28. Sunday violations --
19. Malfeasance and non-feasance in office --
30. Malicious mischief --
31. Mayhem and statutory maims --
32. Obstructing justice and government --
33. Perjury --
34. Piracy --
35. Prison breach, rescue and escape --
36. Rape --
37. Receiving stolen goods --
38. Riot --
39. Robbery --
40. Rout --
41. Suicide --
42. Sepulture --
43. Sodomy --
44. Subornation of perjury --
45. Threatening letters and other threats --
46. Treason --
47. Unlawful assembly --
48. Usury --
49. Obstructing highways.
Responsibility: by Joel Prentiss Bishop.

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