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AQA Criminal Law Part 2 (A level Law)

National Extension College

AQA Criminal Law Part 2 (A level Law)

£8.40

AQA Criminal Law Part 2

If you are studying NEC’s A level Law course, use the code you have been given to download your free copy of this book.

If you are not one of NEC's students, this book is available for purchase from Amazon.

This book covers the criminal law for Part 2 of the AQA A level. It carries on from the law in Part 1, which covered the first part of the A level. The Bridge at the beginning of the book connects Part 1 and Part 2 and expands on the nature of law and the role of law in society. For students who have not used the author’s Part 1 book, there is some repetition in the introduction to this book.

 

Author:                Sally Russell LLB(Hons), PGCE

Edition:                Published 2018

Format:                PDF

Page extent:        140 pages

 

About the author

NEC works with recognised leaders in the field of education and training, to develop resources designed and written by experienced authors who are also qualified subject experts.

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Product description

This book includes tasks and self-test questions; key cases with key principles highlighted; examples to bring the law to life; links between the law and the nature of law in relation to various concepts; summaries with diagrams of the main points of each area; examination and evaluation on pointers; examination guidance and question practice; free interactive exercises; free guide for teachers.

Introduction

 

The Bridge

 

Chapter 8

Murder

Chapter 9

Voluntary manslaughter under the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 – Loss of control

Chapter 10

Voluntary manslaughter under the Homicide Act 1957 – Diminished responsibility

Chapter 11

Gross negligence manslaughter and constructive or unlawful act manslaughter

Chapter 12

Theft

Chapter 13

Robbery

Chapter 14

Attempt

Chapter 15

Insanity and Automatism

Chapter 16

Intoxication

Chapter 17

Self-defence and the prevention of crime

Chapter 18

Duress and duress of circumstances

Chapter 19

The A level examination (7162)


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