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CRIM2020 Exam Notes

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Complete study notes for CRIM2020 covering all topics addressed during the semester. Case law references included, as well as process flows and tables.

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Criminal law Criminology Law Ethics Criminal justice Anti-social behaviour Criminalization Politics Crime Public-order crime Scottish criminal law Regulatory offence
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Criminal law Criminology Law Ethics Criminal justice Anti-social behaviour Criminalization Politics Crime Public-order crime Scottish criminal law Regulatory offence
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CRIMINALISATION: DEFINING CRIME Nature and definition of crime: • Mala in se - Wrong in itself - Inherently wrong - E.g. assault, murder, rape • Mala prohibita - Wrong because its prohibited - Regulatory offences – communal interest in regulating the offences - Regulated differently by different communities - E.g. drink driving, underage drinking, driving on the left hand side of the road, drug offences, parking offences • G Williams, 1983, Textbook of Criminal Law - Definition of crime → A crime (or offence) is a leg...
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