7. Alman Criminal Law in Malaysia
Alman: Criminal Law in Malaysia is an updated and revised translation of the Bahasa Malaysia version, which was first published in 2008. It contains many important and selected topics in criminal law, among others, the Concept of Criminal Liability, Offences Relating to Homicide, Murder, Rape, Incest and Others. All these topics have been critically analysed from the perspective of the prosecution and defence. Comprehensive and complete discussion of the cases together with the newly decided cases have been added in all chapters. A special chapter which focuses on the offence of waging war against the Yamg di-Pertuan Agong has been included in this edition. This book authored by Dato' Hj. Mohamad Shariff bin Hj. Abu Samah and Datin Hjh. Asidah binti Hj. Mohd Ali, who have been practising law for many years.
8.Smith And Hogan's Criminal Law
Smith & Hogan: Criminal Law is regarded as the leading doctrinal textbook on criminal law in England and Wales and has been for over 45 years. The book owes its consistent popularity to its accessible style, depth of analysis and breadth of coverage. It is an invaluable text for undergraduates and is an essential reference source for criminal law practitioners.
The thirteenth edition has been completely updated in order to include all legislative and case law developments. Changes brought about through the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 and the Policing and Crime Act 2009 have been fully incorporated. There is, as ever, detailed analysis of the many recent case developments, in particular, a revision of the chapter dealing with secondary liability and joint enterprise.
Smith and Hogan Criminal Law is accompanied by free comprehensive on-line annual case updates, organized by chapter, with increased navigational functionality. Also included is a full bibliography arranged alphabetically and by chapter
9. Dangerous Drugs Law
This publication is a one-stop reference tool for legislation that govern the tough anti-drug laws in Malaysia. The LexisNexis Annotated Statute Series: Dangerous Drugs Law is designed for anti-narcotics enforcement officers, lawyers, prosecutors and the judiciary. The Acts that are presented in full are:
- Dangerous Drugs Act 1952- Dangerous Drugs (Forfeiture of Property) Act 1988- Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) Act 1985
-The relevant subsidiary legislation that are set out in this book, are:
- Dangerous Drugs Regulations 1952- Private Rehabilitation Centre Rules 1981- Dangerous Drugs (Drug Rehabilitation Centre) Rules (Prisons Department Malaysia) 1983- Dangerous Drugs (Forms) Regulations 2001- Dangerous Drugs (Forfeiture of Property) (Forms) Regulations 1989- Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) (Advisory Board Procedure) Rules 1987
Key features- Every section of the Main Acts are followed by comprehensive annotations that offer lucid explanation of those sections- The annotations make references to relevant case law and foreign jurisdiction- History notes of past amendments according to the chronology of the amendments
Key Cases- Airiy Azmi bin Mohamed v Public Prosecutor  2 MLJ 260- Abdulloh Saofi v Public Prosecutor  2 MLJ 640, CA- Afendi bin Adam lwn Pendakwa Raya  6 MLJ 758, CA- Sathiamoorthy a/l Ramakareshina v Public Prosecutor  2 MLJ 811- Isidro Leonardo Quito Cruz v Public Prosecutor  2 MLJ 1, FC- Ong Lock Soon v Public Prosecutor  2 MLJ 641, CA- Agus bin Agil v Public Prosecutor  4 MLJ 442- Koh Tiong Hock v Public Prosecutor  4 MLJ 40, CA.- Haron bin Mukri v Public Prosecutor  6 MLJ 368, CA- Public Prosecutor v Tukiman bin Demin  4 MLJ 79- Public Prosecutor v Karim bin AB Jafar  3 MLJ 685- Public Prosecutor v Dato' Balwant Singh (No 1)  4 MLJ 42- Public Prosecutor v Hairul Din bin Zainal Abidin- Steven Phoa Cheng Loon & Ors v Highland Properties Sdn Bhd & Ors  4 MLJ 200
10. Mooting And Advocacy Skills 2nd ed.
David Pope, Barrister and Director Advocacy, SNR Denton, London Dan Hill, Solicitor, Head of Dispute Resolution and Associate Professor, The College of Law, London
Mooting And Advocacy Skills is an essential work for all those particpating in and organising mooting competitions and curricular moots, It will also assist newly-qualified lawyers preparing for their first court appearances.
- covers all aspects of mooting from constructing persuasive arguments to answering questions from the judge.
- Describe the key skills of advocacy step-by-step
- Demonstrates advocacy skills using an illustrative moot problem and numerous worked examples
- Contains 10 original moot problems covering six core subjects on the legal curriculum
- Written by lawyers with extensive experience of both mooting and advocacy in professional practice
- First edition praised by reviewers as "excellent","ideal" and "highly recommended"