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AQA Law 02 - 19th Jan

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    REVISE LOTSSSS
    you basically need to know mens rea, actus reus and causation really well... and sentencing (range of it) and possibly transferred malice.
    work on learning the cases!!
    for the torte... just look at negligence- duty of care, dangerous and breach of duty- as long as you know that off the top off your head u shud be fine.
    also damages and res ipsa loquitur... track system and probs procedure before trial xx
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    (Original post by ChilledBean)
    REVISE LOTSSSS
    you basically need to know mens rea, actus reus and causation really well... and sentencing (range of it) and possibly transferred malice.
    work on learning the cases!!
    for the torte... just look at negligence- duty of care, dangerous and breach of duty- as long as you know that off the top off your head u shud be fine.
    also damages and res ipsa loquitur... track system and probs procedure before trial xx
    Thanks ChilledBean. Have you already sat this exam?
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    How did it go???????
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    think it went really well, answered all the questions in as much detail as i can

    only thing i forgot was the causation in fact, multiple causes (barker v corus and fairchild glenhaven something something) and intervening acts only remembered the barnett v chelsea one so i guess it's ok!

    thought the case studies were completely stupid though.
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    Was pretty hard, how did you find it?
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    was this a resit for yous?
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    Im sitting mine in May/June ....getting nervous already....any tips peeps?
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    Thought the first two questions on criminal and contract were great, hopefully done well. The contract case study was just ridiculous, never seen one like that - especially as there are no acceptance cases for emails. Could go either way i think.
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    What offence did everyone put for the incident with the digger? Assault or battery?
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    Is it just me that wasn't expecting the 8/10 mark questions? i really ****ed the 10 marker up as well.
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    My law teacher said they were getting rid of a question but I thought they'd just merge the last two for each section - I think I might have done ok in the criminal section but arghhh damages 8 marks up from 5 :/
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    (Original post by amydredgex)
    What offence did everyone put for the incident with the digger? Assault or battery?
    I put battery because he applied force but didn't cause any injury
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    I have the 19th Jan 2012 Past Paper with me if anyone needs any questions reminding, just ask.
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    (Original post by amydredgex)
    What offence did everyone put for the incident with the digger? Assault or battery?
    I put battery, but explained why assualt COULD be used in some aspects. I thought the exam was pretty easy/fair.
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    Did anyone do the tort bit?
    Thought that scenario was a bit silly :/ Didnt know what to put!

    I thought it was okay though ran out of time again Grrr.
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    (Original post by Rapture117)
    I put battery, but explained why assualt COULD be used in some aspects. I thought the exam was pretty easy/fair.
    I put that he intended to assault him which ultimately resulted in the battery.
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    I'll be retaking this is the summer. I have no idea how I managed to write as much as I did but I know I haven't done as well as I wanted to.
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    (Original post by amydredgex)
    What offence did everyone put for the incident with the digger? Assault or battery?
    I put both, it didn't seem limited in the question. Assault for intending to scare him and Battery when he was reckless in catching him.
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    In one of the criminal scenarios' i stated that kie might be liable for assault(battery) occasionally actual bodily harm, just wondering if its correct??

    lasts years 02 paper may11 paper mark scheme stated that the accused could be liable for battery or ABH.
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    (Original post by Fergo)
    I put both, it didn't seem limited in the question. Assault for intending to scare him and Battery when he was reckless in catching him.
    Yeah to be honest that seems like the right answer, I wish I put both! It seems so obvious now!

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