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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 3 Jan 30th 2012 WDW210H1 GUEST LECTURE BY POLICE CHIEF BILL BLAIR

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31 Jan 2012
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In other professions there is a varying degree of entry, but in policing you come in from the bottom. He s done a bunch of stuff that police officers d
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 1 Jan 12th 2012 WDW325H1 Professor Breese-Davies

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26 Jan 2012
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Overview of the criminal procedure: key players in the system, key features of the system. Police investigate crime -> the police have a huge amount of
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesFall

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Australian Council Of Trade Unions, Good Samaritan Law, Actus Reus

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16 May 2011
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Actus reus + mens rea - actus is the physical mens is the intent (physical element) + (mental element)- not every offence has both only criminal offenc
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesFall

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Ultra Vires, De Minimis, Mattress

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15 Apr 2011
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 crime has a goal to regulate morality. I t denounces what we determine to be immoral conduct and reflect the morals in society. It forms the basis of
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 5 Feb 9th 2012 WDW325H1 Professor Breese-Davies

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10 Feb 2012
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As soon as someone is arrested or detained, section 10b comes into play, if they do not do this they risk breaching a second charter right. Facts: 911
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 4 Feb 6th 2012 WDW210H1 Professor Wortley

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8 Feb 2012
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It is window-dressing: everything new that comes out of the police must include community policing aspect, public relations. More efficient use of poli
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesFall

Lecture 3

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15 Mar 2011
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If the consequences are part of the definition, have caused those consequences. Section 177: everyone who loiters or prowls at night on the property of
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 2 Jan 19th 2012 WDW325H1 Professor Breese-Davies

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26 Jan 2012
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Facts: mr. amato s manager had a friend (don) looking for cocaine; amato said he could not help. A few days later don called amato; amato said he did n
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 2 Jan 23rd 2012 WDW210H1 Professor Wortley

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26 Jan 2012
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesWinter

Lecture 1 Jan 16th 2012 WDW210H1 Professor Wortley

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26 Jan 2012
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesFall

Lecture 4

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15 Mar 2011
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Step 2: can the law be justified (saved) in a free and democratic society under s. 1 (r. v. oakes) The rational connection between the objective and th
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UTSGWDW101Y1David DaviesFall

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Presing

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16 May 2011
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Lecture 3 essential elements of the criminal act. Of no force and effect helps control what parliament can and cannot make illegal. The law as a p. o.
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