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Crime Year 12 Legal Studies

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detail and concise summary of syllabus for crime. LCMID included throughout, lots of cases, legislation and media especially.

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Criminal law Law Crime English criminal law Canadian criminal law Criminal Procedure Sentencing Bail Remand Murder in English law Mandatory sentencing Plea bargain
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Criminal law Law Crime English criminal law Canadian criminal law Criminal Procedure Sentencing Bail Remand Murder in English law Mandatory sentencing Plea bargain
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A crime is any act that lawmakers in a particular society have deemed to be criminal. When a person commits a crime it is deemed to be committed against all of society as well as the victim. This is because they haven’t committed a crime against just the victim, but offended the standards of expected behaviour in NSW, also because they are also a threat to NSW. • Elements of a crime To be considered a criminal act the police and prosecutors must prove 2 fundamental elements Actus Reus – this is the physical act of carrying out a crime It must be a voluntary act (not under duress) but can also include an omission or failure to act for example criminal negligence Mens Rea – this means guilty mind, this refers to the mental state of the accused. To be convicted the prosecutor must prove that the accused was aware of their actions...
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