The authors tackle the inconsistencies found in several recent Court of Appeal decisions, with a reliance on facts of the case and seemingly little recourse to precedent. They seek to discover if this trend is merely historical accident or that a larger principle is at work. Areas of criminal law considered include theft, strict liability, sexual offences and conspiracy to supply drugs. 2001 JCL 262
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