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WLULY210Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY210 Lecture Notes - Young Offenders Act

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The harms in the youth justice system purpose to show inadequacies in the way the canadian justice system deals with young offenders. Youth justice sys
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LY210 Lecture Notes - Tokyo Convention

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Terrorism is a widely debated topic no one has a concrete definition of terrorism author argues that international law is biased towards the west and h
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WLULY210Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY210 Lecture Notes - Harm Principle, Niklas Luhmann, Unobservable

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Autonomy and permeability of law: takes on 2003 decision on the prohibition of weed. Sociologists state that there"s now a relationship between law and
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WLULY210Patricia O' ReillyFall

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LY210 Lecture Notes - Individualism

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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Convenience Store, Mens Rea, Regulatory Offence

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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Extortion, Insanity Defense, Major Depressive Disorder

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What did justice mclachlin state in the creighton case 1993. Why is a uniform standard of conduct in the test for objective liability offences imposing
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Mania, Major Depressive Disorder

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What did justice mclachlin state in the creighton case 1993. Why is a uniform standard of conduct in the test for objective liability offences imposing
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Forensic Pathology, Childrens Hospital, Expert Witness

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Unlawful act manslaughter: an offence that imposes objective liability. Elevated standard of care: this is the standard of care expected of a reasonabl
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Extortion, Insanity Defense, Mental Disorder

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What did justice mclachlin state in the creighton case 1993. Why is a uniform standard of conduct in the test for objective liability offences imposing
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Study Guide - Euthanasia, Mens Rea, Actus Reus

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Review for first mid term professor o"reilly fall 2012 criminal law. Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 only are on this examination as well as all material covered i
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Inchoate Offense, Hunting Trip, Metalsmith

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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Criminal Negligence

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A model of the reasonable person: what a reasonable person would do in those situations. Factually causation: what was caused (a causing b) if i hit a
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pith, Indictable Offence, Regulatory Offence

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Hybrid offence crown: an offence that may be prosecuted as an indictable or summary at discretion of, most offences in canada are hybrid, very few trie
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Actus Reus, Trial Division, Criminal Law

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Week 2, thursday first midterm: mc and short answer second one: same but might be mini essays. How to brief a case: style of cause. In criminal law: re
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Procedural Law, Criminal Procedure, Immigration Law

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A crime is a negligent or intentional act that deprives another human to a right that they have. Right to life, murder is taking away the right to life
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Mental Disorder, Mens Rea

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Dunloft and sylvester: issue in case: gang rape- two men brought beer and then supposedly left. 1979 appeal court of manitoba- parties to an offence- a
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Cinco De Mayo

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Week 6, thursday copwatch: these streets are watching about police overstepping bounds of the law. Pokice know they"re not supposed to violate some thi
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Criminal Negligence, Independent Contractor, Diabetic Hypoglycemia

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October 11, 2012 week 5, class 2, thursday. 5 or 8 short answer an hour 20 minutes pencils, eraser, i. d, pen for short answer chapter 4- mens rea subj
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Regulatory Offence, Double Jeopardy, Quasi

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Nature of crime crime is any form of human activity that law defines as such. Even though we may see certain actions or in-actions as immoral, Once you
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Sleepwalking, Actus Reus, Mens Rea

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Week 5, tuesday chapter 4- reread brainstorm about mens rea. But not for crime you are charged with can change with mens rea (guilty mind/intent) unles
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

LY205 Lecture Notes - Narcotic Control Act, Hashish

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Reverse onus- underscored the right to be presumed innocent until guilty. Told them at police station that he bought 10 vials, but he only had 8 at the
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WLULY205Patricia O' ReillyFall

nov22,week11,thurs.docx

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Facts- charged with willfully doing an indecent act in a public place in the presence of one or more persons - who are not engaged in the act. (mailhot
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Richard Feynman, Index Librorum Prohibitorum, Lucretius

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Born 343 bce; samos- became one of classical greece"s most influential philosophers p. 72-73. Classical ethics- about having a good time, not do"s and
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Standard Operating Procedure, Scapegoating

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Gospel of mark sacrificial crisis: when the realization comes that you"re scapegoating an individual to alleviate your own wrongdoings. Origin of the g
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Pan (God), Elizabeth Grosz, Roman Republic

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Ovid- michael moore roman comparison to american"s ovid died in the year 17 c. e. Ovid left a record of the stories and myths that constituted the hell
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Theogony, Literary Theory

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Job is super rich, and a godly man. he has all this cattle and livestock. God physically puts pain on god to see if he will curse him. Job doesn"t god,
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Israelites

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First 11 chapters, mythological chapters. (garden of eden is mythological) Chapters have been a rich source of reflection etc. Slide 4: objectives: thi
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Pentheus

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October 17, 2012 week 6, wednesday social context in which the plays were preformed: festival of dionysus why important: because dionysian stuff that o
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Epicurus, Lucretius, Vulgate

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Renaissance is known as new developments in art and literature. Trying to sugggest in book, says painting somehow has an impact on the creation of the
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Euripides, Scientific Revolution, Mercantilism

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Painting on the left: school of athletes by raphael. Post modern: digital world we"re living in now. Starts in 1968 with student riots in paris. Canon,
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Theogony, Fertile Crescent, Documentary Hypothesis

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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - T. S. Eliot, Cubism, World War I

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Hurry up please it"s time: shows up lots in poem. Eliot"s idea that our culture is fragmented we jump from thing to thing and no solid core where we ca
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - Maenad, Pentheus, Bromius

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At least three kinds of meaning: can refer to works of art (bacchae is a tragedy), real life events and a worldview. If we consider the content of gree
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

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Week 4, class 2, wednesday most people think the iliad is about the trojan war, but it"s actually about rage. Wrath of achilles- character development,
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WLUCT253Barry StephensonFall

CT253 Lecture Notes - David Strauss

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Week 4, monday social-historical context in which mark was written: House of israel just fallen apart due to genocide by romans. Jews are forming armed
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