University of Pittsburgh
Catalog Number: 5046
3.0 Credits
Enrollment in this course is limited to First-Year students.

Traditional and contemporary doctrines of substantive criminal law are analyzed, with focus on such issues as: theories of punishment, the formal elements of criminal culpability, the theory and degrees of homicide, criminal causation, inchoate crimes, accessorial and vicarious liability, conspiracy, and defenses of excuse and justification.

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