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OCR A2 Criminal Law Exam June 2012

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    (Original post by AverageExcellence)
    There was no non fatal questions for section B, but it was a decent guess
    Ahhh I thought defences for non fatals came up in section B?
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    (Original post by Jfoster24)
    Ahhh I thought defences for non fatals came up in section B?
    Well the situation was Non fatal but it was just general defences like duress, intoxication, self defence.

    I did the insanity question, the defence question and the attempts question. Felt it went pretty good wbu?
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    (Original post by AverageExcellence)
    Well the situation was Non fatal but it was just general defences like duress, intoxication, self defence.

    I did the insanity question, the defence question and the attempts question. Felt it went pretty good wbu?
    I see, I didn't really read it properly because I was so pleased causation/invol came up in section B

    I did the Non fatals essay, and the strict liability/non fatal dilemma board. You?
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    (Original post by Jfoster24)
    I see, I didn't really read it properly because I was so pleased causation/invol came up in section B

    I did the Non fatals essay, and the strict liability/non fatal dilemma board. You?
    I wouldnt have minded the causation but i didnt have time to like fully cover the manslaughter paragraphs but i was fairly solid with the defences. Hopefully got 103/120 for an A* but id be happy wih just an A.

    Its a nightmare to learn all them different cases and the like but ive literally been revising like night and day for the last 3 weeks for it. People say laws easy, but there SOOO much to know for it id much rather do a history or english test

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