In a new seventh edition, Cases and Problems in Criminal Law continues to provide a problem-based textbook to help students develop the analytical skills demanded by the legal profession. Each chapter presents a client-based problem for students to review before they begin reading the cluster of selected cases and statutes that they will use to address the client’s legal issues. Students will use the materials as the lawyer must — by analyzing, distinguishing, reconciling, and interrelating the authorities. This popular textbook, with a new co-author, Amy Dillard, will help professors recreate the role of the lawyer for students as they strive to develop their professional identity. The Teacher’s Manual includes an outline for each problem and suggestions for helping students develop the analytical and organization skills.
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