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Read online Actus Reus and Participation in European Criminal Law.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Actus Reus and Participation in European Criminal Law With the coming into force of the Treaty of Lisbon the competences of the European Union in the realm of criminal law have greatly expanded The EU in a multitude of legislative instruments requires its Member States to criminalize a big variety of harmful conducts However the criminal law legislation of the EU has so far almost exclusively focused on specific criminal offenses and has failed to develop and define general principles of criminal law The EU frequently refers to conduct attempt and participation in its legislation but fails to determine what these concepts should denote As a result the scope of European criminal law may differ among European countries as Member States will apply their national doctrines to European legislation This book steps into this lacuna by establishing what actus reus and rules on participation should look like in European criminal law In addition it investigates inchoate offenses and corporate criminal liability How should the doctrines of conduct omission and causation be defined How to attribute liability in case several people cooperate to bring about a criminal result What should preparing and attempting a crime denote in European criminal law and how can corporations best be held responsible for the harm they have caused To answer these questions this book distills common general principles on actus reus participation inchoate and corporate liability from the national criminal justice systems of the Member States as well as from EU law These results are subsequently merged into coherent principles of European criminal law The author Dr Johannes Keiler was awarded the prestigious criminal law Modderman Prize for this book in Series School of Human Rights Research Vol by Johannes Keiler

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Actus Reus and Participation in European Criminal Law
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This book is unique in the sense that it introduces the reader to the fundamental concepts and rules of substantive criminal law in a comparative way and not just to the criminal law system of one specific jurisdiction Compared with other fields of law such as contract law and property law comparative research into the so called general part of criminal law is quite a recent phenomenon within academia never mind transmitting this knowledge to students of law The increasing Europeanization of criminal law and policy makes such a comparative approach even more necessary This handbook therefore fills a legal educational gap by exploring basic concepts of substantive criminal law in three major European legal systems the common law system of England Wales and the civil law systems of Germany and the Netherlands Each chapter focuses on a specific concept or doctrine that is necessary to determine criminal liability e g actus reus mens rea defenses inchoate offenses Throughout the book also highlights and discusses some recent legislative and judicial developments that broaden the scope of criminal liability in our modern culture of control Comparative Concepts of Criminal Law is not only invaluable for students but also for legal practitioners who want to broaden their knowledge of criminal law Subject Criminal Law Comparative Law, Comparative Concepts of Criminal Law is unique in the sense that it introduces the reader to the fundamental concepts and rules of substantive criminal law in a comparative way and not just to the criminal law system of one specific jurisdiction Compared with other fields of law like contract and property law comparative research into the so called general part of criminal law is quite a recent phenomenon within academia The increasing Europeanisation of criminal law and policy makes such a comparative approach even more necessary This handbook therefore fills a legal educational gap by exploring basic concepts of substantive criminal law in three major European legal systems the common law system of England and Wales and the civil law systems of Germany and the Netherlands Each chapter focuses on a specific concept or doctrine that is necessary to determine criminal liability e g actus reus mens rea defences inchoate offences Throughout the book the authors also highlight and discuss some recent legislative and judicial developments that broaden the scope of criminal liability in our modern culture of control This book is not only invaluable for students but also for legal practitioners who want to broaden their knowledge of criminal law On the first edition Comparative Concepts of Criminal Law as a super short handbook fills the legal educational gap we still have in jurisprudence with an exploration of the basic concepts of substantive criminal law in three major European legal systems the common law system of England and Wales and the civil law systems of Germany and the Netherlands In essence it has a handy continental approach which fits nicely into modern legal teaching to give the subject some rounded perspective Elizabeth Taylor and Philip Taylor MBE Richmond Green Chambers Subject Criminal Law Comparative Law, With the coming into force of the Treaty of Lisbon the competences of the European Union in the realm of criminal law have greatly expanded The EU in a multitude of legislative instruments requires its Member States to criminalize a big variety of harmful conducts However the criminal law legislation of the EU has so far almost exclusively focused on specific criminal offenses and has failed to develop and define general principles of criminal law The EU frequently refers to conduct attempt and participation in its legislation but fails to determine what these concepts should denote As a result the scope of European criminal law may differ among European countries as Member States will apply their national doctrines to European legislation This book steps into this lacuna by establishing what actus reus and rules on participation should look like in European criminal law In addition it investigates inchoate offenses and corporate criminal liability How should the doctrines of conduct omission and causation be defined How to attribute liability in case several people cooperate to bring about a criminal result What should preparing and attempting a crime denote in European criminal law and how can corporations best be held responsible for the harm they have caused To answer these questions this book distills common general principles on actus reus participation inchoate and corporate liability from the national criminal justice systems of the Member States as well as from EU law These results are subsequently merged into coherent principles of European criminal law The author Dr Johannes Keiler was awarded the prestigious criminal law Modderman Prize for this book in Series School of Human Rights Research Vol