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    (Original post by freakchild)
    What does law mean?
    John austin defined it to be a command issued by sovereign power to inferior and enforced by coersion.

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    Good luck everyone! Anyone else doing concepts first?
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    MORALS! How did everyone find it!


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    So so glad morals came up! It was the only one I had revised.

    Messed up so bad on property though


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    (Original post by Zvxcb)
    So so glad morals came up! It was the only one I had revised.

    Messed up so bad on property though


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    Same! I had zero time so I was like stuff cases this is being made up.. But most of my class thought the same, oh well, 16 page novel later and law is done for me!


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    Same! I had zero time so I was like stuff cases this is being made up.. But most of my class thought the same, oh well, 16 page novel later and law is done for me!


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    I think I wrote the right offences in the first place- doubted myself changed them and got them wrong! The scenarios were quite difficult compared to mocks I've done damn it


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    For the second scenario 1st question I got theft, robbery, burglary, duress and 2nd question theft, fraud and obtaining services.


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    Not a bad paper! I told you AQA is quite fair. Love you, AQA.

    As predicted by many of us; morals, JC and (thankfully) fault came up!

    (Original post by lharto)
    For the second scenario 1st question I got theft, robbery, burglary, duress and 2nd question theft, fraud and obtaining services.
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    I also did the same questions and got the same points - but I'm sure I mentioned Criminal Damage.
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    (Original post by Cryl)


    I also did the same questions and got the same points - but I'm sure I mentioned Criminal Damage.
    Ahahah almost forgot! Yes I got CD from the bricks cracking


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    I thought that was a good exam.
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    (Original post by lharto)
    For the second scenario 1st question I got theft, robbery, burglary, duress and 2nd question theft, fraud and obtaining services.


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    Theft of what


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    Anyone do scenario one?
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    did u say he intended or was reckless to the CD
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    (Original post by book worm)
    did u say he intended or was reckless to the CD
    I said reckless. o.O
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    (Original post by xxm)
    Anyone do scenario one?
    I skimmed it but thought there was so little to write about it, as I could only identify one offence in the first paragraph: Blackmail! What did you find in it?
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    same here and did u say that he could not use duress
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    (Original post by book worm)
    same here and did u say that he could not use duress
    Yeah, how much detail did you go into duress? I briefly/ half-detailed mentioned the Graham test and concluded with Hassan and Sharp's decision that he could not (edit) get it.
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    (Original post by Cryl)
    I skimmed it but thought there was so little to write about it, as I could only identify one offence in the first paragraph: Blackmail! What did you find in it?
    There was loads! Theft of the letter, possible defence of intoxication and blackmail.

    The second one I wrote about Burglary, Fraud- False rep and briefly Robbery

    How did you find the exam?
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    (Original post by xxm)
    There was loads! Theft of the letter, possible defence of intoxication and blackmail.

    The second one I wrote about Burglary, Fraud- False rep and briefly Robbery

    How did you find the exam?
    Oooh. I see! I didn't really revise intox. so I steered clear, and I stopped reading it after the first paragraph.

    I liked it! The second scenario was great. Although, I feel pity for the examiner marking my exam - I started off with fault, so my hands started aching by the time I got to the scenario questions, so my writing became really messy and rushed. And some parts may confuse the examiner as I added stuff later on! E.g. I mentioned the AR and then the MR, and then I remembered something about the AR mentioned it.:facepalm: And to make matters worse, I had a wobbly table. (I did write a little apology note at the end )
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    (Original post by Cryl)
    Oooh. I see! I didn't really revise intox. so I steered clear, and I stopped reading it after the first paragraph.

    I liked it! The second scenario was great. Although, I feel pity for the examiner marking my exam - I started off with fault, so my hands started aching by the time I got to the scenario questions, so my writing became really messy and rushed. And some parts may confuse the examiner as I added stuff later on! E.g. I mentioned the AR and then the MR, and then I remembered something about the AR mentioned it.:facepalm: And to make matters worse, I had a wobbly table. (I did write a little apology note at the end )
    I mentioned intoxication in just one sentence no need to go into detail. Overall though I was happy!
 
 
 
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