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The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law: Learning Criminal Law Through Multiple Choice Questions and Analysis, Seventh Edition

Authors
  • Laurie L. Levenson
Series / Glannon Guides Series
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Description
In the Seventh Edition of The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law, Laurie L. Levenson presents a comprehensive, thoughtful review of course content that demonstrates how to effectively analyze and answer exam questions, honing students' understanding of concepts and their ability to apply the rules.

Glannon Guides can help students better understand classroom lectures with straightforward explanations of tough concepts interspersed with hypotheticals to illustrate application.

New to the Seventh Edition:
  • Recent case law on required mental states, inchoate offenses, "true threats" and the First Amendment defense, self-defense, and insanity
  • New multiple-choice questions comparing common law and Model Penal Code standards, as well as cases involving police misconduct
  • Recent case law on felony murder reform

Professors and students will benefit from:
  • A user-friendly and interactive approach, including text introducing the key cases and concepts that enable a full understanding of subsequent questions and mastery of the material they test
  • Multiple-choice questions, pitched at a level similar to that of many law school exams, that are integral to a thorough review of Criminal Law topics
  • Clear analysis of both correct and incorrect answers, which clarifies nuances in the law
  • Excellent preparation for the Bar exam by one of the nation's leading Bar-exam lecturers in criminal law and procedure 
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Product Information
Edition
Seventh Edition
Publication date
2023-11-22
Copyright Year
2024
Pages
548
Paperback
9798889068785
Connected eBook with Study Center (Digital Only)
9798889068808
Subject
Criminal Law
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