Australian criminal law was originally received from the English common law, which continues to evolve in Australian courts. A criminal offence is conduct that breaches the criminal law and is described in the Criminal Code Act 1899 of Queensland as an act or omission which renders the person doing the act or making the omission liable to ...
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International criminal law is a subset of international law. As such, its sources are the same as those that comprise international law. The classical enumeration of those sources is in Article 38(1) of the 1946 Statute of the International Court of Justice and comprise: treaties, customary international law, general principles of law (and as a subsidiary measure judicial decisions and the ...
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Article 31 Grounds for excluding criminal responsibility 16 Article 32 Mistake of fact or mistake of law 16 Article 33 Superior orders and prescription of law 16 PART 4. COMPOSITION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE COURT 17 Article 34 Organs of the Court 17 Article 35 Service of judges 17 Article 36 Qualifications, nomination and election of judges 17
Part 1A—Territorial application of the criminal law. 5E Interpretation. 5F Application. 5G Territorial requirements for commission of offence against a law of this State. 5H Procedural provisions. 5I Double criminality. Part 2—Treason. 6 Repeal. 7 Treason. 8 Time within which prosecution shall be commenced and warrant issued
Grant holds a PhD in Criminal Law. He taught criminal law for 14 years at the University of the Witwatersrand and is unquestionably a leader in the field. He is now a practicing Advocate and brings his practical experience to enliven the theory of criminal law. He remains affiliated to Wits Law School as a visiting Associate Professor of Law.