A critical review of South Australian criminal law and procedure.
South Australian Criminal Law and Procedure is the first critical work on the criminal law and process of South Australia. The first edition of this text concentrated on the substantive criminal law. This second edition includes four chapters on the principles and laws of criminal process. Seventeen chapters review and critically evaluate the theory and doctrines of criminal law in South Australia, including criminal law philosophy, legislative interpretation, major categories of common law and statutory offences and defences, policing and trial process and post-conviction appellate procedures. The text includes review and analysis, case studies and exercises and critical assessment of the formulation, development, rationale and status of South Australian criminal law and procedure.
- Tailored for the courses taught at the three South Australian universities
- Pedagogical features include: objectives, key reading lists, cases & legislation
- Advanced pedagogy: Critical analysis and writings
About the Authors:
Mr David Caruso is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and Special Counsel at Fisher Jeffries.
Dr Rhain Buth is a Lecturer at Flinders University.
Dr Mary Heath is an Associate Professor at Flinders University.
Mr Ian Leader-Elliott is an Emeritus Fellow at the University of Adelaide and Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia.
Mr Patrick Leader-Elliott is an Associate at Lipman Karas and former Lecturer at the University of South Australia.
Professor Ngaire Naffine is the Bonython Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide.
Dr David Plater is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and Deputy Director of the South Australian Law Reform Institute.
Ms Kellie Toole is a Lecturer at the University of Adelaide.