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This contains full study notes on the sections of crime, human rights and world order for the legal studies HSC.

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English criminal law Law Criminal law Crimes Behavior Canadian criminal law Criminology Murder in English law Criminal record Crime Discharge Defense of infancy
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English criminal law Law Criminal law Crimes Behavior Canadian criminal law Criminology Murder in English law Criminal record Crime Discharge Defense of infancy
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What those acts or omissions of duty actually are created by moral and ethical judgements placed on a person’s behaviour by society. In order to be found guilty of a criminal act, it must be proven that the accused both intended to (mens rea) and did commit the crime (actus reus). Mens rea refers to a person’s intention to commit a crime. Except in cases of strict liability (such as traffic offences) the prosecution must prove that the accused was aware that their actions would at least probably result in a crime being committed. Actus reus refers to the physical performance of a criminal act, the prosecution must be prove that the accused actually carried out the crime. Strict liability offences; such as traffic offences (speeding, not wearing a seatbelt, etc.) only require the prosecution to prove that...
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