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This document contains thorough ASSAULT LAW notes and details about numerous cases.


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Crimes English criminal law Criminal law Violence Offences against the person Assault Common assault Battery Sexual assault Grievous bodily harm Consent Stalking
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Topics this document covers:
Crimes English criminal law Criminal law Violence Offences against the person Assault Common assault Battery Sexual assault Grievous bodily harm Consent Stalking
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B Objectives The law of assault seeks to address the social problem of public order. C Development The development of new offences has lead to an expansion of the limits of the law of assault. This expansion has seen it deal with new social problems (eg, the transmission of HIV) in two ways: 1 Using an existing offence Eg, reckless endangerment, which normally applies in relation to driving in a public place in such a way as to place pedestrians in danger (thus, criminal liability is still attached to the act resulting in the prohibited consequence risk regardless of whether a pedestrian is injured or HIV is actually transmitted) 2 Creating a new offence Eg, s 19A, which makes it a crime to transmit a dang...
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