Law 2101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ant-Zen, Culpable Homicide, Indictable Offence

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Law 2101
Lecture 7:
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Parties to offence
21. (1) Every one is a party to an offence who
o actually commits it
o does or omits to do anything for the purpose of aiding any person to commit it
o Abets any person in committing it
Aid or abet someone in committing the crime
You have to know about the offence
You need to know the facts that constitute the offence
Intend to do that offence
Common Intention
o 21. (2) Where two or more person form an intention in common to carry out an
unlawful purpose and to assist each other therein and any one of them, in
carrying out the common purpose, commits an offence, each of them who knew
or ought to have known that the commission of the offence would be probable
consequence of carrying out the common purpose is a party to that offence
Person counselling offence
o 22. (1) Where a person counsels another person to be a party to an offence and
that other person is afterwards a party to that offence, the person who
counselled is a party to that offence, notwithstanding that the offence was
committed in a way different from that which was counselled
o (2) Every one who counsels another person to be a party to an offence is a party
to every offence that the other commits in consequence of the counselling that
the person who counselled knew or ought to have known that was likely to be
committed in consequence of the counselling
o  For the purposes of this At, Cousel iludes proure, soliit, or iite
Counselling offence that is not committed
o 262. Except where otherwise expressly provided by law, the following provisions
apply in respect of persons who counsel other persons to commit offences,
namely,
every one who counsels another person to commit an indictable offence
is, if the offence is not committed, guilty of an indictable offence and
liable to the same punishment to which a person who attempts to
commit that offence is liable
every one who counsels another person to commit an offence punishable
on summary conviction is, if the offence is not committed, guilty of an
offence punishable on summary conviction
Punishment is the same as an attempt
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