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Semester 2 2013 Criminal Law problem solving assignment Murder, Manslaughter, Provocation

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Law Social Issues Causation Health Criminal law Criminal defenses English criminal law Forensic psychology Elements of crime Element Intention Criminal negligence Provocation Murder in English law
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Law Social Issues Causation Health Criminal law Criminal defenses English criminal law Forensic psychology Elements of crime Element Intention Criminal negligence Provocation Murder in English law
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1 The prosecution may encounter problems with proving causation due to the various events, which could be raised as intervening acts by the defence. These events include the ledge of the balcony giving way and the medical practitioners leaving a surgical swab in Nada’s stomach. Additionally, Faheem may raise provocation as a partial defence to reduce the charge from murder to manslaughter.2 In doing so, the cultural and religious values of the accused will ...
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