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70114 Criminal Law Notes

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Criminal Law and Procedure Notes - comprehensive notes that cover all topics and includes case law

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Criminal law Law Crimes English criminal law Offences against the person Forensic psychology Larceny Theft Crimes Act Assault Mens rea Grievous bodily harm
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Criminal law Law Crimes English criminal law Offences against the person Forensic psychology Larceny Theft Crimes Act Assault Mens rea Grievous bodily harm
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........................................................................................................................ 4 Actus Reus .......................................................................................................................................... 4 Taking & Carrying Away ................................................................................................................. 4 Property Capable of Being Stolen................................................................................................... 4 Property in Someone Else’s Possession ......................................................................................... 5 Without Consent of the Person in Possession ............................................................................... 6 Mens Rea .............................................................................
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