Cases and Problems in California Criminal Law
Utilizing the problem method, Cases and Problems in California Criminal Law not only teaches students the principles of California criminal law, but how to apply those principles. Each chapter begins with a real-world criminal law problem to be solved with the cases and statutes that follow. The need to analyze, distinguish, and interrelate various authorities serves to foster a deeper understanding of both substantive California law and the ways in which that law is applied.
Moskovitz, Myron, "Cases and Problems in California Criminal Law" (1999). Books and Monographs by GGU Law Authors. 11.