Analysis 70 (2):205-210 (2010)

Ian Rumfitt
Oxford University
This article proposes revisions to the Laws of Cricket and to the criminal law of England. The Laws of Cricket should be revised so that an umpire may give a batsman out without having to specify precisely how he got out. The criminal law should be revised so that (e.g.) aiding and abetting a murderer is not subsumed under the crime of murder.
Keywords Laws of cricket  Criminal law
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DOI 10.1093/analys/anp168
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