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Scots criminal law: a critical analysis. / Ferguson, Pamela R.; McDiarmid, Claire.

Dundee University Press, 2009.

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Ferguson, PR & McDiarmid, C 2009, Scots criminal law: a critical analysis. Dundee University Press.

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Ferguson, P. R., & McDiarmid, C. (2009). Scots criminal law: a critical analysis. Dundee University Press.

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Ferguson PR, McDiarmid C. Scots criminal law: a critical analysis. Dundee University Press, 2009.

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Ferguson, Pamela R.; McDiarmid, Claire / Scots criminal law: a critical analysis.

Dundee University Press, 2009.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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title = "Scots criminal law: a critical analysis",
publisher = "Dundee University Press",
author = "Ferguson, {Pamela R.} and Claire McDiarmid",
note = "Scots Criminal Law is a comprehensive book for students and practitioners that offers a critique, as well as a statement, of the current law. Along with the substantive law, key criminal process concepts, such as due process and deterrence, are also considered.",
year = "2009",
isbn = "9781845860394",

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Scots criminal law: a critical analysis

A1 - Ferguson,Pamela R.

A1 - McDiarmid,Claire

AU - Ferguson,Pamela R.

AU - McDiarmid,Claire

PB - Dundee University Press

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - <p>As well as providing a clear statement of the current law,<em> Scots Criminal Law - A Critical Analysis</em> also considers what types of behaviours are subject to the criminal law sanction, and why. It is now 10 years since devolution placed responsibility for the future development and reform of criminal law largely on the re-established Scottish Parliament, and this book offers a timely re-assessment of the law, in an attempt to determine whether it meets the needs of modern Scottish society. The book explores the theoretical underpinnings of the current law, and aims to promote a reflective approach to its study.<br/> While the book is suitable for use by students and practitioners alike, it will also be stimulating for anyone with an interest in the future development of criminal law.</p>

AB - <p>As well as providing a clear statement of the current law,<em> Scots Criminal Law - A Critical Analysis</em> also considers what types of behaviours are subject to the criminal law sanction, and why. It is now 10 years since devolution placed responsibility for the future development and reform of criminal law largely on the re-established Scottish Parliament, and this book offers a timely re-assessment of the law, in an attempt to determine whether it meets the needs of modern Scottish society. The book explores the theoretical underpinnings of the current law, and aims to promote a reflective approach to its study.<br/> While the book is suitable for use by students and practitioners alike, it will also be stimulating for anyone with an interest in the future development of criminal law.</p>

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KW - Scots law

UR - http://library.dundee.ac.uk/F/?func=direct&local_base=DUN01&doc_number=000660938

M1 - Book

BT - Scots criminal law: a critical analysis

SN - 9781845860394

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