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Criminal Law Murder and Defences

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Used to learn about murder and the defences for the exam. Is comprehensive and goes through the statutory regime as well as the common law tests.

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English criminal law Forensic psychology Criminal law Criminal defenses Homicide Manslaughter in English law Manslaughter Murder in English law Mens rea Self-defence M'Naghten rules Bail
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Topics this document covers:
English criminal law Forensic psychology Criminal law Criminal defenses Homicide Manslaughter in English law Manslaughter Murder in English law Mens rea Self-defence M'Naghten rules Bail
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Survivor of suicide pact 31B Survivor of suicide pact (1) The survivor of a suicide pact shall not be guilty of murder or manslaughter but may be guilty of an offence under section 31C. (2) In this section, "suicide pact" means a common agreement between 2 or more persons having for its object the death of all of them, whether or not each is to take his or her own life, but nothing done by a person who enters into a suicide pact shall be treated as being done by the person in pursuance of the pact unless it is done while the person has the settled intention of dying in pursuance of the pact. Aiding etc suicide 31C Aiding etc suicide (1) A person who aids or abets the suicide or attempted suicide of another person shall be liable to imprisonment...
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