Major emphasis is placed on the basic premises of criminal law, including its sources and general limitations. This Hornbook provides detailed discussion on the topics of responsibility, justification and excuse, inchoate crimes, accomplice, and liability. Attention is also given to subjects such as causation, insanity, and conspiracy.40. Le Fanti v. United States, 259 F. 460 (3d Cir.1919) (defendant saloonkeeper told thieves, who had brought their stolen ... held affirmed; though he never had manual possession of the stolen goods, he did get aconstructivea possession thereof). ... App. 32 (1916) (thief drove van with stolen cask containing 60 gallons of.
|Title||:||LaFave's Criminal Law, 5th (Hornbook Series)|
|Publisher||:||West Academic - 2010-03-18|