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Criminal Law Exam Notes

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Crimes English criminal law Criminal law Violence Offences against the person Assault Battery Manslaughter in English law Grievous bodily harm Laws regarding rape Consent Murder in English law
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Crimes English criminal law Criminal law Violence Offences against the person Assault Battery Manslaughter in English law Grievous bodily harm Laws regarding rape Consent Murder in English law
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In WA cases McIver and Fonseca, intent implied by the concept of applying force is not good law in QLD. Burton v Daavies ▪ Words not sufficient → see Limb 2 ▪ Actual application - even if victim unaware (ie asleep) Boughey 2) Directly or indirectly ▪ Indirect dog used to attack complainant Croft v Blair 3) Without consent ...
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