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LAWS1022 Final Notes

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LAWS1022 final notes covering the entire semesters topics, such as homicide, assault, dishonest acquisition, extending criminal liability and sentencing

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English criminal law Homicide Criminal law Canadian criminal law Sentencing Manslaughter in English law Manslaughter Murder in English law Murder Culpable homicide Mens rea Fault
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English criminal law Homicide Criminal law Canadian criminal law Sentencing Manslaughter in English law Manslaughter Murder in English law Murder Culpable homicide Mens rea Fault
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Murder c. Causation d. Defences i. Insanity ii. Automatism iii. Substantial Impairment iv. Intoxication v. Self-defence vi. Provocation 2. Assault a. Common Assault b. Aggravated assault c. Consent d. Sexual assault 3. Dishonest Acquisition a. Larceny b. Aggravated offences c. General Fraud 4. Extending Criminal Liability a. Complicity i. Joint criminal enterprise ii. Common purpose iii. Accessorial liability b. Conspiracy 5. Sentencing a. Principles b. Confining Judicial Discretion c. Sentencing Options 1 2 6 6 8 10 12 18 21 28 30 34 36 40 45 47 52 57 65 66 73 76 81 82 84 86 88 94 102 103 112 121 ________________ 2 HOMICIDE BACKGROUND • “Murder is regarded by the community as a crime against humanity rather than the mere infraction of a legal code.” – Usually spontaneous and interpersonal – Wa...
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