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Criminal Law Summary

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Complete summary of criminal law during 2015 S1. Distinction level notes. Commentary and notes

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..the role of the courts is simply to decide the question of guilt or innocence and the penalty to be imposed”, not to scrutinize the selective decisions of police - Wright v McQualter (1970) ACTSC 2. Move-on Powers (Part 14 LEPRA) - S 197 (1) Police can give a direction to a person in a public space if believe on reasonable grounds their behaviour or presence, for listed things their powers apply to and to; - (2) (a) reducing/eliminating the obstruction, harassment, intimidation or fear or (b) stopping supply of drugs or (c) stopping obtaining of drugs - (3) they need not be in the public place but must be near that place at the time - S 198A – move-on direction to a group of peoples - S 202 – officer must identify themselves before giving the direction and their reasons for such - S 203 – must warn them they are required by law to co...
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