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Criminal Law Full Notes

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Criminal law Crimes Common law English criminal law Elements of crime Forensic psychology Regulatory offence Indictable offence Murder in English law Assault Actus reus Theft
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Criminal law Crimes Common law English criminal law Elements of crime Forensic psychology Regulatory offence Indictable offence Murder in English law Assault Actus reus Theft
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• Liberalism does not entail altruism. Based more on contractual relationship rather than values from e.g. religion or secular humanism. • Law is not morality – although there are some connections. The Harm Principle ..... no one should be forcibly prevented from acting in any way he chooses provided his acts are not invasive of the free acts of others...... “..the only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others.” J.S Mill On Liberty (1859) Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr..."The right to swing my fist ends where the other man's nose begins.“ Notes • The criminal law is evolved to control and regulat...
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