Readership: Scholars and advanced students of criminal law and legal theory of criminal law, practitioners with an interest in criminal law doctrine of the ECHR.
Edited by Andrew Simester, Professor of Legal Philosophy at the University of Nottingham
"A fine collection.... Without exception, the essays will repay close attention.... It leaves the quality of debate on strict liability in criminal law much enhanced"
1: Stuart P. Green: Six Senses of Strict Liability: A Plea for Formalism
2: A.P. Simester: Is Strict Liability Always Wrong?
3: John Gardner: Wrongs and Faults
4: Douglas N. Husak: Strict Liability, Justice and Proportionality
5: Jeremy Horder: Whose Values should Determine when Liability is Strict?
6: R.A. Duff: Strict Liability, Legal Presumptions and the Presumption of Innocence
7: Paul Roberts: Strict Liability and the Presumption of Innocence
8: G.R. Sullivan: Strict Liability for Criminal Offences in England and Wales Following Incorporation into English Law of the European Convention on Human Rights
9: Alan C. Michaels: Imposing Constitutional Limits on Strict Liability: Lessons from the American Experience
10: John R. Spencer and Antje Pedain: Approaches to Strict and Constructive Liability in Continental Criminal Law