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Full/Comprehensive notes for Criminal Law. Consists of cases, law, application of the law. NSW Criminal Act

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Criminal law Law Crime Consent Dishonesty Mens rea Assault Larceny Laws regarding rape Crimes Act Sexual assault Deception
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Criminal law Law Crime Consent Dishonesty Mens rea Assault Larceny Laws regarding rape Crimes Act Sexual assault Deception
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.. may be liable for Larceny under s117 of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). The prosecution is required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that all the elements have been satisfied (Woolmington principle). AR; ▪ Voluntary o Ryan, Falconer(1990) :The prosecution is to assume voluntariness unless raised by the Defence, in which after the Defence has satisfied the Evidentry burden of Proof, The prosecution would be required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt negating claims of voluntariness. ▪ Taking & Carrying Away o Asportation in R v Lapier (1784) the slightest movement is sufficient (moving earring 2 inches before it was entangled in victims hair satisfied this element) ▪ Property capable of being stolen ...
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