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Crime, Punishment, and Responsibility
Amongst the many valuable contributions that Professor Antony Duff has made to criminal law theory is his account of what it means for a wrong to be public in character. In this chapter, I sketch an alternative way of thinking about criminalization, one which attempts to remain true to the important insights that illuminate Duff's account, while providing (it is hoped) a more satisfying explanation of cases involving victims who reject the criminal law's intervention.doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199592814.003.0015 fatcat:mrju4lb35rhhpicg7aihlxgvpy