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Smith and Hogan Criminal Law: Cases and Materials is the original and definitive casebook on criminal law. Serving as the perfect companion to a textbook such as Smith and Hogan Criminal Law, this book provides extracts from all of the key cases, statutes, reports, books, and articles needed to fully grasp this complex subject. Introductory tes, commentary, and questions link the materials, enabling readers to understand the context in which each appears, and to gain an insight into the problems that the law poses. This tenth edition has been fully updated to incorporate new legislation such as the Fraud Act 2006; Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007; the Serious Crime Act 2007; the Law Commission proposales on Homicide, Participating in Crime, Conspiracy and Attempts, and Intoxication, and all of the recent cases that continue to shape the criminal law.
David Ormerod is Professor of Criminal Justice, at Queen Mary, University of London. He is the author of numerous journal articles and books including Smith & Hogan Criminal Law (12th ed 2008); Fraud Law and Practice (2008) with Clare Montgomery QC; Smith's Law of Theft (9th ed 2007) with David Williams QC. David is Editor-in-Chief of Blackstone's Criminal Practice; Criminal Law Review Cases Editor; and serves on the Editorial Boards of a number of legal journals. He lectures regularly to the profession and for the Judicial Studies Board. He has acted as a consultant to the Law Commission, Home Office and the Commonwealth Secretariat. He is a barrister in the chambers of David Etherington QC, 18 Red Lion Court, and is a member of the Criminal Justice Council.