Kris Gledhill “Book Review: D Wilson Genetics, Crime and Justice (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2015)” [2017] NZCLR 58

  • Kris Gledhill


The dominant motif in criminal law is that people make choices, and if a criminal act/omission is committed, punishment is justified as a desert for an improper choice or to deter future improper choices. This assumption of choice and therefore of control over behaviour is also the starting point for many aspects of the political and economic structure of the current world...
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