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Criminal Law - Colour Coded Complete Study Notes - Perfect for Visual Learners

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A complete, easy-to-read and follow study notes for NSW Criminal Law. Includes: summaries of concepts, elements of offences and defences, cases summaries, legislation, useful quotes, etc. Colour coded for quick referencing. Great for visual learners! Orange - Common Law Yellow - Statute etc.

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Property law Law Personal property law Crimes Property crimes Theft Criminal law Larceny Conversion Dishonesty Trespass False pretenses
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Property law Law Personal property law Crimes Property crimes Theft Criminal law Larceny Conversion Dishonesty Trespass False pretenses
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• To evaluate the relationship between the fault (mental) element of a crime and voluntariness. • To consider the classes of criminal activity by reference to mental state of an accused. Reading: *Hayes & Eburn, pp 1-70 (1) Generally *He Kaw Teh (1985) 157 CLR 523; (1985) 60 ALR 449 (2) Actus reus: the physical or external element (2) (i) Voluntary Conduct Ryan v R (1967) 121 CLR 205 Falconer (1990) 171 CLR 30 (2) (ii) Omission to Act Taktak (1988) 14 NSWLR 226 Burns (2012) 290 ALR 713 (2) (iii) Causation Hallett [1969] SASR 141 (3) Mens rea: the fault or mental element Crimes Act s4A (3) (ii) Intention Nedrick [1986] 3 All ER 1 Stanley [2013] NSWCCA 124 "Some Simple Thoughts on Intention" by Richard Buxton QC [1988] Crim LR 484 at 495 (3) (iii) Recklessness Assault Williams (1990) 50 A Crim R 213 Sexual Assault Tolmi...
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