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Criminal Law and Process A

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These are completed study notes including brief case summaries, relevant laws and scaffolding for elements of a crime.

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Crimes Offences against the person Violence English criminal law Assault Laws regarding rape Common assault Bail Grievous bodily harm Sexual assault Battery Indecent assault
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Topics this document covers:
Crimes Offences against the person Violence English criminal law Assault Laws regarding rape Common assault Bail Grievous bodily harm Sexual assault Battery Indecent assault
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Young, no offences, public swearing: might get a good behaviour bond with no criminal record Indictable offence: judge and jury (district or supreme court) Summary offence: summary/local court Actus Reus Conduct, Circumstance, Consequence Causation Must be voluntary (Ryan) • Earlier acts can constitute voluntariness (cocking/loading a gun, pointing it) • Presumed – you must raise some evidence and then the prosecution has to prove Doli Incapax - children under 10 cannot commit crimes, 10-14 have to be proven to understand what they were doing was seriously wrong, they are presumed doli incapax Mens Rea Subjective states: • Intent: • Knowledge: (He Kaw Teh) ...
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