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LAWS1021 Final Exam Course Notes

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Law Criminal law Elements of crime Common law Forensic psychology Public liability Homicide Mens rea Strict liability Fault Bail Absolute liability
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Law Criminal law Elements of crime Common law Forensic psychology Public liability Homicide Mens rea Strict liability Fault Bail Absolute liability
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o ‘Appeal’ against refusal of bail = a review, not an appeal, in nature o All courts can review their own bail decisions & those of below courts o Request for bail decision review can be made by def, police informant, DPP, A- G, or complainant in domestic violence matter. powers of review of Supreme Court Bail Act 1978 s 22 1312 - Process: charge laid ‘authorised officer’ can grant police bail @ station Printed info given to charged person D should be informed of right to contact lawyer/other person to assist in obtaining bail Authorised officer must make bail determination Minor offence: Other than a minor offence Right of release subject to Right of release subject to certain specified criteria certain specified criteria Bail can be granted conditionally/unconditionally Po...
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