Structure and Function in Criminal Law

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Appendices*

APPENDIX A: A DRAFT CODE OF CONDUCT

Part I. Scope and Definitions
Section 1. Scope of Code
Section 2. Definitions

Part II. Specific Crimes: Prohibited and Required Conduct
Offences Against Persons
Section 3. Injury to a Person
Section 4. Consent Defence to Minor Injury
Section 5. Consent Defined
Section 6. Assisting Another's Suicide
Section 7. Criminal Harassment
Section 8. Violation of Privacy
Section 9. Criminal Threat of Committing a Crime
Section 10. Criminal Threat of Exposure
Section 11. Criminal Threat of Official Action
Section 12. Criminal Restraint
Section 13. Welfare of Child
Section 14. Criminal Sexual Contact
Section 15. Sexual Contact Defined
Section 16. Intimate Parts Defined
Section 17. Indecent Exposure
Section 18. Public Place Defined
Section 19. Abortion
Offences Against the Family
Section 20. Bigamy
Section 21. Interference with Custody
Section 22. Duty to Provide Support
Section 23. Incest
Offences Against Property
Section 24. Damage to or Theft of Property
Section 25. Criminal Trespass
Section 26. Duty to Prevent Catastrophe
Section 27. Failure to Return Lost or Mistakenly Delivered Property
Section 28. Forgery, Bad Cheques, and Fraudulent Practices
Offences Against Public Order or Decency
Section 29. Destruction or Damage of Certain Objects
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These Appendices are taken, with only slight modification, from Paul H. Robinson, Peter D. Greene, and Natasha R. Goldstein, "Making Criminal Codes Functional: A Code of Conduct and a Code of Adjudication" ( 1996) 86 Journal of Crim. Laws & Criminology 304.

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