Each monograph follows the outline below.
Introduction. The Authors. Table of Contents. List of Abbreviations. Preface.
Part I: Substantive Criminal Law.
1. General Principles.
2. Scope of Application of Criminal Statutes.
3. General Principles of Criminal Liability.
4. Justification, Excuse and Other Grounds of Impunity.
5. Incomplete or Partly Perpetrated Criminal Offences.
6. Classification and Survey of Criminal Offences.
7. The Sanctioning System.
Part II: Criminal Procedure.
1. Principles, Institutions, Stages.
2. Powers, Rights and Duties in the Pre-Trial Proceedings.
3. The Inquiry in Court.
Part III: Execution and Extinction of Sanctions.
1. Sources of Penitentiary Law and Nature of Regulations.
2. General Principles Concerning the Execution of Sentences and Orders.
3. The Prison System.
4. Extinction of Sanctions or Sentences.
FRONT MATTER: International Advisory Board; Encyclopaedias and Editors;
Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of Laws; Curriculum Vitae of the
GENERAL SECTION: List of Contributors; Introducing the International
Encyclopaedia of Criminal Law;
Curriculum Vitae of the Editors.
•Belgium, Prof. Lieven DUPONT and Prof. Cyrille FIJNAUT, K.U. Leuven
•Bulgaria , Prof. T. HINOVA, Free University of Varna
•Canada, Prof. Alan YOUNG, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
•Chile, Prof. S. POLITOFF and Prof. F. KOOPMANS, Erasmus University Rotterdam,
•China, Prof. Mi ZHOU and Shizhou WANG, Peking University, Beijing
•Denmark, Prof. L. LANGSTED, Aarhus School of Business, Mr. P. GARDE, Criminal
Court of Hillerod and Prof. V. GREVE, University of Copenhagen
•Greece, Prof. I. ANAGNOSTOPOULOS, University of Athens and Prof. K.
MAGLIVERAS, University of East Anglia, England
•Hong Kong, Mr. Wai-kin (Victor) HO, Barrister-at-law
•India, Ms. Vineeta PALKAR, ILS Law College, Pune
•Italy, Prof. Astolfo DI AMATO , Di Amato Avvocati
•Kenya, Dr. F. SITUMA, University of Nairobi
•Morocco, Prof. M. AMZAZI, University of Rabat
•The Netherlands, Prof. G. CORSTENS and Prof. J. LENSING, Catholic University
•Portugal, Prof. M. ANTUNES and Prof. P. CAEIRO, University of Coimbra
•Singapore, Prof. K. KOH and Prof. Y. TAN, National University of Singapore
•South Africa, Prof. D. VAN ZYL SMIT, University of Cape Town, Prof. J.
MILTON, University of Natal and Prof. S. VAN DER MERWE, University of
•Spain, Prof. Lorena BACHMAIER WINTER, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and
Mr Antonio DEL MORAL GARCIA, Tribunal Supremo
•Turkey, Prof. F. YENISEY, Marmara University
•Uganda, Prof. Daniel NSEREKO, University of Botswana
•United Kingdom, Prof. L. LEIGH and Prof. J. HALL WILLIAMS, London School of
•Uruguay, Prof. Pedro MONTANO, University of the Republic
•Yugoslavia, Prof. Z. STOJANOVIC and Prof. D. IGNJATOVIC, University of
Belgrade and Prof. O. PERIC, University of Novi Sad
•Zimbabwe, Prof. Geoffrey FELTOE, University of Zimbabwe