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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 135
Professor
Graeme Bowbrick
Semester
Fall

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IntroductionTort is a private wrongParallel to criminal law and has a different orientationObjective of tort law is not punishment but compensationIntentional tort is deliberate wrongdoing assault battery false imprisonment etc Unintentional TortDidnt mean to cause harm but you did and you are responsible for itHarm is caused unintentionally carelessnessConcern about people who are harmed through carelessness of others led to unintentional tortGeneral concept of negligence is that we all have responsibility to be careful so we do not cause harm to others through our own carelessness a duty of car
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