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Criminal law 1

LAW1114 Study Guide - Final Guide: List Of Civilisations In The Culture Series, Sexual Penetration, Grievous Bodily Harm

How to answer an exam problem Step 1: As a prosecutor, prove the AR elements of your crime(s) BRD Step 2: Plus prove the MR element of your crime(s) BRD coincides and raise any applicable jury directions (if necessary) Ste...

Law
LAW1114
Sally Andersen
LAW1114 Study Guide - Final Guide: Domestic Violence, List Of Civilisations In The Culture Series, Partial Defence

Topic8:Defences SelfDefence (available for assault and homicide) o At Common Law, self defence was a defence to crimes involving the use or threat of force (murder, manslaughter, various OAP) o Since 2005: o Common law rul...

Law
LAW1114
Sally Andersen
LAW1114 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pressure Ulcer, Mattress, Stab Wound

Topic7:Homicide Categories of homicide To establish the AR of any homicide, start with: Voluntary act Causing death AND then check if there is the MR for Murder: intention to kill or cause GBH (or transferred malice); reck...

Law
LAW1114
Sally Andersen
LAW1114 Study Guide - Final Guide: Honda Mobilio, All England Law Reports, Personality Disorder

Topic6:Sexualoffences Historically rape was associated with force and injuries the crime was called carnal knowledge of a woman against her will. Rape is now gender neutral, but it is inherently difficult to prosecute comp...

Law
LAW1114
Sally Andersen
LAW1114 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ryan, Body Modification, Assizes

Topic5:Nonfataloffencesagainst the personnonsexual Common Law(CL) Assault: Apprehension can be to someone not in the immediate vicinity Battery (often referred to as assault now) any actual use of unlawful force WO CONSE...

Law
LAW1114
Sally Andersen
LAW1114 Study Guide - Final Guide: Homicide, Blood Transfusion, Mens Rea

Topic3:Elementsofacrime Manslaughter exception to murder where the killing occurred wo malice aforethought Causing death is innocent unless additional factors, such as intent to kill or the taking of an excessive risk, are...

Law
LAW1114
Sally Andersen

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