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This collection of essays tackle a range of issues about the criminal law's
"special part"--the part that defines specific offences. Topics include the
scope of the criminal law: to what extent should it include offenses of
possession, or endangerment? Regulatory offences and more specific offences
such as murder, rape, domestic violence, bribery, theft and other property
offences are also discussed. How crimes should be classified and the orthodox
distinction between crimes of "basic" and of "general" intent are examined.
Other issues concern the ways in which specific offences should be defined, and
how far those definitions should identify distinctive types of wrong.