This text is designed to expose the Kenyan law on criminal
responsibility and to define the common and key offences
created by Kenyan statutes. An attempt has been made to
rely mainly on Kenyan case laws, but there is reference to
cases from the other East African countries and the rest of
the Commonwealth. The book is meant for law students
undertaking the LL.B programme and other persons with
an interest in criminal law and justice like legal
practitioners, judicial officers and law enforcement agents.
William Musyoka holds LL.B and LL.M degrees from the
University of Nairobi. He is an advocate of the High Court
of Kenya. He has taught the Law of Succession at the
Kenya School of Law and is currently teaching the subject
at the School of Law, University of Nairobi.