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Criminal Laws Full Notes - Semester 2, 2014

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Complete notes for criminal laws - covers: Homicide, Legal Framework, Constructive murder, Manslaughter by unlawful act, Manslaughter by criminal negligence, Corporate homicide, Actus reus: homicide by omission, Actus reus: causation, Medical treatment, Defenses - Insanity defense, Automatism, Substantial Impairment, Infanticide, Intoxication, Provocation, Self-defence, Necessity - abortion, Assault, Aggravated Assault, Patterns of victimisation, Domestic violence and legal change, Sexual Assault, Dishonest Acquisition, Extending criminal liability - Joint criminal enterprise, Extended joint criminal enterprise, Accessorial liability, Conspiracy, Sentencing, Judicial discretion, Sentencing Options

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Criminal law English criminal law Forensic psychology Elements of crime Homicide Fault Manslaughter Murder in English law Mens rea Scottish criminal law Battery Murder Punctuation Quotation mark Amp Energy
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