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LAWS5004 Final: LAWS5004 The ‘Insanity’ Defence (Mental Illness)v

1 The Insanity Defence (Mental Illness) (I)T HE MN AGHTEN R ULES The Mental Health Act 1990 provides the defence of mental illness in Part 4. Mental illness is not defined in the legislation and the elements are derived fr...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mount Druitt, Syphilis, Certified Question

Assault (non-sexual) (I)C OMMON A SSAULT Context is paramount: a very minor contact, causing no physical injury, may constitute an assault if the actor possesses a ce...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Goulburn, New South Wales, William Gummow, Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm

Raffael Maestri! 1 Property Offences (including Larceny) P ROPERTY O FFENCES IN C ONTEXT The criminal law and property - a small par...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Offensive Weapon, Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm, All England Law Reports

Sexual Assault (I)C ONTEXTUAL C ONSIDERATIONS (a) General NSW Standing Committee on Social Issues: The crime experienced by sexu...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Major Trauma, Sleep Disorder, Pennant Hills Road

1 Automatism (I)G ENERAL (a) Definition Automatism is negativing factor, i.e....

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Artificial Ventilation, Breaking The Chain, Pneumonia

Homicide I - Murder P ATTERNS OF H OMICIDE National Homicide Monitoring Program (NHMP) - overall homicide rate for Australia in 2006-07 was 1.3 per 100, 000 population....

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LAWS5004 Final: LAWS5004 Necessity

Necessity The defence of necessity operates where circumstances (natural or human threats) bear upon the accused which induce him or her to break the law to avoid even more dire consequences. O RIGINS Necessity is a comple...

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LAWS5004 Final: LAWS5004 Duress

1 Duress (I)N ATURE OF THE DEFENCE The defence of duress, or compulsion as it is sometimes termed, operates to excuse an accused from criminal responsibility where the accused has committed a certain offence under a threat...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oxygen-17, Partial Defence, Homicide

1 Self-Defence (and Excessive self-defence) (I)G ENERAL :H ISTORY &R EFORM (1)H ISTORY OF SELF -D EFENCE At common law, a person is justified in using so...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Redfern Railway Station, Reasonable Person, William Gummow

Raffael Maestri! 1 Homicide II: Manslaughter D EFINITION Recall the statutory defini...

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LAWS5004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mens Rea, Crimes Act 1900, Avail

1 Intoxication (I)S ELF-INDUCED NTOXICATION (a) Common Law Background Intoxication is a negativing facto...

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LAWS5004 Final: Principles of Criminal Law Exam Guide

(1) Principles of Criminal Law? O BJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE MENS REA STANDARDS Inquiries into the accuseds actual state of mind at the time he or she engaged in certain activities constituting the actus reus of a criminal of...

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LAWS5004 Final: Crime, Law and Morality Exam Guide

(1) Crime, Law and Morality A IMS AND F UNCTIONS OF THE C RIMINAL LAW The prevention of certain kinds of behavior that society regards as either harmful or potentially harmful. o A defence against harms that injure the int...

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