Fundamentals of Criminal Law by Adam J. McKee

Section 1: The Framework

Section 1.1:  The Nature of the Law 

Section 1.2:  Constitutional Limits on Criminal Law 

Section 1.3:  The Criminal Act

Section 1.4:  The Mental Element

Section 1.5: Concurrence, Causation, and Harm 

Section 2

Section 2.1:  Complicity

Section 2.2:  Attempt and Solicitation

Section 2.3:  Conspiracy

Section 2.4:  Justification Defenses

Section 2.5:  Excuse Defenses

Section 3:  Crimes Against Persons

Section 3.1:  Criminal Homicide

Section 3.2:  Sex Offenses and Domestic Crimes

Section 3.3:  Kidnapping and False Arrest

Section 3.4:  Robbery and Related Offenses

Section 3.5:  Assault and Related Offenses

Section 4:  Special Victims and Dangerous Crimes

Section 4.1:  Crimes Against Children

Section 4.2:  Domestic Violence

Section 4.3:  Extortion and Related Offenses

Section 4.4:  Burglary

Section 4.5:  Arson

Section 5: Non-Violent Offenses

Section 5.1:  Theft

Section 5.2:  Forgery and Related Offenses

Section 5.3:  Drugs and Alcohol

Section 5.4:  Crimes against Public Order

Section 5.5:  Crimes Against Judicial Process

Section 6: Modern and Specialized Offenses

Section 6.1:  Traffic Offenses

Section 6.2:  Driving Under the Influence

Section 6.3:  Computer Crime

Section 6.4:  Crimes against Morales

Section 6.5:  White Collar Crime

Modification History

File Created:  07/12/2018

Last Modified:  09/28/2023


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