Jens David Ohlin
Developed in response to the fluidity and adaptability of the criminal law system; The book Criminal Law: Doctrine, Application, and Practice takes a novel approach to the study of criminal law by combining criminal law theory with both classic and contemporary cases, presenting the doctrine in an understandable manner, and conducting an investigation into the practice and policy considerations of the doctrine. The materials are presented in a visually appealing format, and they follow a pedagogy that is consistently structured throughout each chapter. This methodology is as follows: Doctrine (explanation in the form of a treatise); Application (cases); and Practice/Policy (questions offering an opportunity for normative critique of the law and exploration of strategic and practical and challenges facing criminal lawyers). In order to better assist students in making the necessary links to doctrinal concerns, theory is integrated into the doctrine part rather than being presented in the form of excerpts from legal reviews. Cases that have been edited very thoroughly assist keep the overall length of the book to a minimum, and contemporary cases are more likely to capture the attention of teachers and students of a younger age.
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