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LAW1114 - Criminal Law Sem 1 2016

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Written according to the semester 1 2016 unit requirements. Achieved HD with these notes. Includes all relevant sections: non-sexual offences against the person, sexual offences against the person, homicide and defences. Relevant legislation included throughout. Easy to read and colour coded.

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Criminal law Elements of crime Law Common law Crimes Homicide English criminal law Recklessness Manslaughter in English law Causation Manslaughter Omission Ryan v Kuhl
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Criminal law Elements of crime Law Common law Crimes Homicide English criminal law Recklessness Manslaughter in English law Causation Manslaughter Omission Ryan v Kuhl
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This is due to traditional assault and battery being combined through Fagan. (Note other general points – don’t fit into any category): • Words may nullify otherwise threatening conduct and vice versa (Tuberville v Savage) • Conditional threats can only constitute assault if the condition is one that D does not have a legal right to make, AND, if the threat was actually enacted, the act itself was unlawful. (Rozsa v Samuels) ________________ Elements for CLA with application of force: Assault involving the application of force has these elements: • The accused applied force to the complainant’s body (voluntarily)+(causation); • The ...
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