A Dialectic Approach to Criminal Law
Dr. Michael Dassama
The aim of this text is to overcome those shortcomings and pitfalls so that students will have a better understanding how to maximise their time in exams condition by applying requisite skills and knowledge provided in this book project. It should be noted that those student, who uses time and material facts objectively tend to do well than those who, randomly rumbled in exams condition. Precision and much clarity in answering questions, could be a bench-mark in examination success as it encourages examiners to concentrate on the trends of arguments that is expostulated in answering respective questions than those who may be in the bad habit of, using elaborately and undulating expressions that could be a bit verbose and highly distasteful in the eyes of examiners. In this regard, it is my desire to making necessary inputs which may serve as springboard in this book project, capable of motivating and at the same time, providing guidelines to answering questions under examination tension by, presenting synopsis in most case law for qualitative precision. For this purpose, it is intended to divide the book into two parts of which part one will be looking at probability testing, analysis and subjectivity while, part two will be more concretized in putting the various arguments into comprehensive readable format backed-up by various contesting and appreciable case law. Both past and current cases will be enshrined into legal argument in order to, present a well balanced and appreciable juridical outcome.