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4032LAW - Criminal Law Final Exam Notes

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Complete set of final exam notes for 4032LAW - Criminal Law 1. Covering all relevant content and course material.

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Technology Law Human Interest Social Issues Entertainment War Health Criminal law Crimes English criminal law Manslaughter Grievous bodily harm Assault Battery Common assault Murder in English law Legal terms Offences against the person
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S 5 of the CCA provides that (1) on and from January 1 1901, the provisions contained in the Code of Criminal Law set forth in Schedule 1 (The Code) shall be the law of Queensland with respect to the several matters therein dealt with (2) the said Code may be cited as the Criminal Code. S 2 QCC – An act or omission which renders the person doing the act or making the omission liable to punishment is called an “offence”. S 3 QCC (1) Offences are of 2 kinds, namely, criminal offences and regulatory offences. (2) Criminal offences comprise crimes, misdemeanours and simple offences. (3) Crimes and misdemeanours are indictable offences; that is to say, the offenders cannot, unless otherwise e...
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