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Case Analysis Crim 1 R v Abdul-Rasool

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Case Analysis and Report: R v Abdul-Rasool [2008] VSCA 13 Semester 1 2016 Assignment

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Criminal law Crimes Elements of crime Forensic psychology Intention R v Nur Endangerment English criminal law Rajaa Abdul-Rasool Damien Carrick Abdul Rasool
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Ms Clencie, the Deputy Principal of the school and with whom Ms Rasool was speaking, was privy to the fact that Rafif had been placed in a refuge after speaking to the school about difficulties at home. Ms Clencie considered the information regarding Ms Rasool’s daughter’s whereabouts to be confidential, and as such withheld the information. In a moment of desperation, Ms Rasool doused herself in petrol, some of which splashed on Ms Clencie and the interpreter who was also present, and proceeded to threaten to set herself alight. It is relevant to note here that Ms Rasool was suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from he...
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