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LAWS1021: Components of Criminal Offences

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Succinct summaries on the components of criminal offences. Summarises all the required readings.

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LAWS1021: Components of Criminal Offences
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Criminal law Law Elements of crime Forensic psychology English criminal law Intention Mens rea Fault Recklessness Manslaughter Regulatory offence Criminal negligence Reid
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Topics this document covers:
Criminal law Law Elements of crime Forensic psychology English criminal law Intention Mens rea Fault Recklessness Manslaughter Regulatory offence Criminal negligence Reid
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D is showing a new gun to his friend, V. D sneezes, and the gun fires, killing V -­‐ sneezing is an INVOLUNTARY act: can deny actus reas -­‐ can be criminally negligent to put bullet in -­‐-­‐> mens rea 2. While sleepwalking, D kills V -­‐ while SLEEPWALKING, it is NEVER voluntary -­‐ NO level of negligence with sleepwalking 3. While driving, D falls asleep. The car crashes, killing V -­‐ why did he fall asleep -­‐ Courts look at the time prior -­‐ Look at the LAST VOLUNTARY ACT and assess whether level of danger/n...
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