UG Coursework Unit
Level of learning
3007083 - Bachelor of Laws AND 3206101 - Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws AND 3206102 - Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Laws AND 3206105 - Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science, Bachelor of Laws AND 3206108 - Bachelor of Contemporary Music, Bachelor of Laws AND 3706100 - Bachelor of Laws AND 3207006 - Bachelor of Social Science, Bachelor of Laws
Provides students with an introduction to the principles of criminal law which includes a discussion of the application of these principles in respect of major crimes, and the procedures with which these crimes are prosecuted and defended.
- What is crime and the administration of criminal proceedings?
- Initiation of criminal proceedings
- Detention after arrest, police questioning, bail and legal aid
- The trial, committals and charge negotiations
- Sentencing and appeals
- Principles of criminal liability
- Property offences
- Public order offences
- Defences I
- Defences II
Unit Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a unit. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes. The unit learning outcomes and graduate attributes are also the basis of evaluating prior learning.
|On completion of this unit, students should be able to:||GA1||GA2||GA3||GA4||GA5||GA6||GA7|
|1||demonstrate knowledge of general principles of criminal responsibility.|
|2||demonstrate a working knowledge of the process by which charges are brought before the criminal courts and identify the personnel and agencies in the criminal process.|
|3||apply legal problem solving methodology to resolve legal problems and justify a conclusion.|
|4||learn and work independently within broad parameters.|
|5||analyse and report on legal issues in practice.|
|6||identify the uses and limitations of criminal law in society.|
On completion of this unit, students should be able to:
demonstrate knowledge of general principles of criminal responsibility.
demonstrate a working knowledge of the process by which charges are brought before the criminal courts and identify the personnel and agencies in the criminal process.
apply legal problem solving methodology to resolve legal problems and justify a conclusion.
learn and work independently within broad parameters.
analyse and report on legal issues in practice.
identify the uses and limitations of criminal law in society.
- Not applicable
- John Devereux and Meredith Blake, 2013, Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 8th, LexisNexis, Australia. ISBN: 9780409331981.
- Michael Eburn, Roderick Howie Paul Sattler, 2014, Criminal Law and Procedure in NSW, 4th, LexisNexis, Australia. ISBN: 9780409334647.