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Contents List of Contributors xiv 1. Six Senses of Strict Liability: A Plea for Formalism 1 Stuart P. Green 2. Is Strict Liability Always Wrong? 21 A. P. Simester 3. Wrongs and Faults 51 John Gardner 4. Strict Liability, Justice, and Proportionality 81 Douglas Husak 5. Whose Values Should Determine When Liability is Strict? 105 Jeremy Horder 6. Strict Liability, Legal Presumptions, and the Presumption of Innocence 125 R. A. Duff 7. Strict Liability and the Presumption of Innocence: An Exposé of Functionalist Assumptions 151 Paul Roberts 8. Strict Liability for Criminal Offences in England and Wales Following Incorporation into English Law of the European Convention on Human Rights 195 G. R. Sullivan 9. Imposing Constitutional Limits on Strict Liability: Lessons from the American Experience 219 Alan C. Michaels 10. Approaches to Strict and Constructive Liability in Continental Criminal Law 237 John R. Spencer and Antje Pedain
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