Murder and Voluntary Manslaughter

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Who defined murder?
Sir Coke
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Which case said that some one with brain damage may not class as a reasonable person?
Steel
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Which case defined malice aforethought?
Vickers
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Malice aforethought ....... means intention to kill
Express
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Malice aforethought ....... means intention to cause GBH
Implied
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Diminished Responsibility is defined in S2 Homicide Act 1957 as amended by S53 ......................... 2009
Coroners and Justice Act
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In R v Byrne who defined abnormality of mental functioning?
CJ Parker
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Which case demonstrated psychiatric disorder as a recognised medical condition?
R v Byrne.
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What recognised medical condition is demonstrated in R v Reynolds?
Post-natal depression
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What case demonstrated pre-menstrual tension as a recognised medical condition?
R v English
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What recognised medical condition was demonstrated in R v Ahluwalia?
Battered wife syndrome
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Which case defined substantial as more than trivial but less than total?
R v Egan
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What partial defence is set out in S54 Coroners and Justice Act?
Loss of control.
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In what case did it say the longer the time delay the less likely it is loss of control?
Ibrams and Gregory.
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S55 (3) sets out which qualifying trigger?
Fear of violence
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S55 (4) sets out which qualifying trigger
Things said or done
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What restriction is set out in S55 (6) (c)?
Sexual infidelity
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Which case demonstrated that sexual infidelity will be considered if there are other triggers?
Church
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What restriction is set out in S54 (4)?
Revenge
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S54 (1) (c) says the jury must decide if a person of the same age and sex with normal degree of ......... would act in same way.
tolerance
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Which case said only age and gender are relevant
R v Camplin
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Which case said that depression and violent temperament should be ignored
R v Mohammed.
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Which case said alcoholism should be ignored
R v Holley
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Which case defined malice aforethought?

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