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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Aggravated Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault

Sexual assault: the terms sexual assault and rape are used throughout, though rape is out-dated and narrowly defined. It is mostly used and recognized
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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.2.1: Mescaline, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Mens Rea

Mistake of fact: where the requisite mens rea of the crime has not been fulfilled. Any mistaken belief other than a mistake of law. Examples include er
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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Fide, Fundamental Justice, Affirmative Action

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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1.2: Tumaco

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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: The Conviction, Voir Dire, Mental Disorder

Incapacity: accused did not have mental capacity at tie of offence due to mental or emotional impairment/incapacity to form necessary mens rea for offe
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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1.3: Grievous Bodily Harm

Committing crime to prevent self-harm only use as much force as necessary to prevent or discontinue the act, if use of force is extensive it can result
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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.2.2: Beachcombing, Mens Rea

The inability to use mistake of law as a defence is covered under section 19. There is an argument that certain types of mistake of law known as offici
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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1.5: Criminal Negligence, Assault Causing Bodily Harm

Consent: is an actual offence in which individuals can mutually consent to an act (example: two individuals can consent to a fight). The law is not the
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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

law 2302B lecture notes.docx

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CARLETONLAWS 2302Michael SmithWinter

LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1.4: New Trial, Oldman River

Defence of property: if the property is personal under section 38, then you have the right to prevent someone from taking it or take it back, if you do
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LAWS 2302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1: Grievous Bodily Harm, Arson, Toronto Pearson International Airport

Limited or partial defences: an result in conviction on a less serious charge. Justifications (section 17): types of defences that essentially admit to
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