Carlos Gómez-Jara Díez and Luis E. Chiesa
|A. Historical Sketch|
|C. Principles of Punishment|
|D. Sources of Criminal Law|
|A. Theories of Punishment|
|B. Liability Requirements|
|C. Sex Offenses|
|D. Larceny and Robbery|
|E. False Pretenses and Embezzlement|
Carlos Gómez-Jara Díez is Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (firstname.lastname@example.org). His recent publications include “Financial Crisis and Executive Compensation,” Indret (February 2009) and “Corporations as Victims of Mismanagement,” 28 Pace Law Review 795 (2008).
Luis E. Chiesa is Associate Professor of Law at Pace Law School (email@example.com). His recent publications include “Beyond Torture: The Nemo Tenetur Principle in Borderline Cases,” 30 Boston College Third World Law Journal 35 (2009), and “Why Is It a Crime to Stomp on a Goldfish? Harm, Victimhood and the Structure of Anti-cruelty Offenses,” 78 Mississippi Law Journal 1 (2008).