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Northern Territory Criminal Laws
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Contents Foreword by Jenny Blokland Introduction History of Northern Territory criminal law Indigenous people and Northern Territory criminal law Investigation, process and procedure Criminal responsibility under the Territory Code Homicide and dangerous act Partial defences: provocation and diminished responsibility Self-help defences Mistake Complicity and inchoate offences Offences against the person Sexual offences Property offences Public order Sentencing Table of Cases/ Table of Statutes/ Index

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Common Law trained lawyers and Code lawyers alike will bring their own opinions to the initial points raised in Chapter 1 commenting on our system that is the only true hybrid system currently operating in Australian criminal justice. Chapter 2 is my own favourite, drawing as it does on legal historical sources and the interaction between the general legal system and indigenous people, ... the chapters on procedure, the substantive law and sentencing [are] extremely useful. The text is well footnoted and documented and includes sources beyond reported cases and statutes. Even those well versed in the intricate twists and turns of criminal law and procedure will benefit from the orderly collection and clear discussion of case law and associated materials. - Jenny Blokland SM, Magistrates' Chambers, Darwin NT

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