Mental exercise can be fun. Using the Socratic method, we will critically discuss and analyze policy choices inherent in deciding whether to hold someone criminally responsible for homicide in a variety of complex situations. Beware: This is not a who-done-it primer. Each scenario will be clearly defined. The question will be: “Given the facts, is this murder?” Come ready to join the discussion!
Stan Ingber (email@example.com) is a retired law professor who has taught and written in the fields of constitutional law, criminal law, and legal philosophy for more than 43 years at 10 schools in the United States, Canada, and Europe. He has served on numerous American Bar Association and government commissions dealing with criminal justice and anti-discrimination.