A very brief evaluation: Murder and Manslaughter

A very brief evaluation: Murder and Manslaughter

Murder Murder is the most serious crime that can be committed,  and the parameters of the offence have been continually developed through the Common Law over centuries. The offence was recently investigated by the Law Commission Report, Murder, Manslaughter and Infanticide 2006. The Murder Report and…

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A Very Brief Summary: Causation and Recklessness

A Very Brief Summary: Causation and Recklessness

A Very Brief Summary: Causation and Recklessness
This article is summarized from my lecture notes

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Sexual Offences pt 2: The Common Element of Non-Consent

Sexual Offences pt 2: The Common Element of Non-Consent

Click here for the PDF Version if you want to zoom in more…or print it out: Common Element of non-consent Or simply click on the map below itself, to see it clearer. And of course there’s some notes below:   Common Element of non-consent s74 Consent= an…

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Non-Consensual Sexual Offences Pt 1: Revision

Non-Consensual Sexual Offences Pt 1: Revision

Non-Consensual Sexual Offences Sexual Offences Act 2003 1.     Rape S1 A.    Definition: A person commits rape if they intentionally penetrate, without consent and they don’t reasonably believe that the victim consented 1.   Penetration is a continuing act as given by Kaitamaki and s79(2)  2.     Sexual…

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