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Criminal Law and Process A Exam Notes

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Entire course notes for Criminal Law and Process A covering topics including Defining Crime, Components of Criminal Offences I, Assault, Domestic Violence Sexual Offences, Components of Criminal Offences II, Public Order Offences, Criminal Process I, Criminal Process II and Criminal Process III.

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Criminal law Law Crimes Offences against the person English criminal law Elements of crime Common assault Fault Mens rea Assault occasioning actual bodily harm Assault Crimes Act William Blackstone
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Criminal law Law Crimes Offences against the person English criminal law Elements of crime Common assault Fault Mens rea Assault occasioning actual bodily harm Assault Crimes Act William Blackstone
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................................................................... 1 Components of Criminal Offences I ................................................................................... 3 Assault ................................................................................................................................ 6 Domestic Violence ........................................................................................................... 12 Sexual Offences ................................................................................................................ 20 Components of Criminal Offences II ............................................................................... 27 Public Order Offences ...................................................................................................... 30 The Interface between Criminal Law and Criminal Process ....
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