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Crime 2 - Exam Notes from Whole Semester

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Topics Include: - Onus of Proof - Offences - Chapter 5 ss 22 & 24 - Chapter 5 s 23 - Intoxication v Insanity - Diminished Responsibility - Incohate Liability - Homicide - Provocation - Self Defence - Non Fatal Violence

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Law Criminal law Evidence law Criminal Procedure Doubt Canadian criminal law Reverse onus Reasonable doubt Burden of proof Regulatory offence Evidential burden Citizen's arrest
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g. self defence or accident). This is called the onus or burden of proof. Once the onus of proof is identified to rest with the Crown, the question of the necessary degree of proof arises - the Crown must prove (or as the case may be, disprove) any such matter on which it bears the burden beyond reasonable doubt. In those rare cases where the accused has a positive burden to prove something (for example, insanity, or provocation in murder cases), the obligation does not extend to proof beyond reasonable doubt. An accused person need only prove a matter to a lesser standard, which is called the balance of probabilities. Before an ultimate fact finder even gets to consider an issue (for example, whether there is sufficient evidence of an ...
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