Aspen Treatise for Criminal Law (Aspen Student Treatise)



A student treatise that explains the fundamental rules on all core criminal law topics, including the Model Penal Code’s position and the a few of the common deviations from it.


  • Robinson is a leading scholar within the field; Cahill is coauthor, with Robinson, of Law Without Justice (Oxford University Press, 2005)
  • Offers lucid explanations and descriptions of the rules of criminal law
  • Provides a complete remedy of the Model Penal Code’s positions on every topic
  • Includes excellent realistic hypotheticals

    New to the Second Edition:

    More user friendly:

    • Adds a mini “table of paragraph headings” in the beginning of every section
    • Updates the text and line edited for an easier read
    • Refreshes the outlet hypothetical for every section and the marginal notes
    • Deletes the bibliographies at the end of every section
    • Pares down the selection of footnotes
    • New topics covered, including new material at the scope of criminalization; the participants within the criminal-justice process and their institutional roles; offenses targeting group criminality; endangerment offenses; fraud offenses; and new chapters on possession offenses, offenses against public administration, and offenses against public values
    • Adds a new co-author to the book, Michael T. Cahill, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School

    [amz_corss_sell asin=”1454807318″]

Additional information




EAN List



Item Dimensions




Number Of Items

Number Of Pages

Package Quantity

Product Group

Publication Date




There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Aspen Treatise for Criminal Law (Aspen Student Treatise)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *