AQA A2 Law Unit 3 - Loss of control and Diminished Responsibility

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  • Created on: 13-01-14 20:43

1. What does the case of Lloyd 1967 outline?

  • Doesn't have to be a total loss of control
  • Has to be a total loss of control
  • Has to be Substantially impaired at the time of the incident
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2. The ability of these things must be impaired - Nature of conduct, Form rational judgement and ...?

  • Ability to exercise willpower
  • Exercise self control
  • Ability to perform rationally

3. How can Intoxication be used as a defence in Diminished responsibility?

  • It cannot be used under any circumstances
  • If brain effected or Wholly Involuntary
  • If a murder has occurred under the influnce
  • Only if voluntary

4. Name the four ways that cause an abnormality of mind?

  • Arrested or retarted development, Inherent cause, Induced by disease, Induced by injury
  • Abnormal development of Frontal lobe, External cause, Disease, Injury
  • Arrested development, Internal cause, External cause, Disease

5. What type of cause can be seen in the case of Luc Thiet Thuan?

  • External Cause
  • Abnormal development
  • Induced by Injury
  • Induced by Disease

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