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    (Original post by xxm)
    I mentioned intoxication in just one sentence no need to go into detail. Overall though I was happy!
    Awesome. Good luck with your other exams, if you have any.
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    Did any 1 scenario 3?
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    for the robbery what kinds of things did u put ?
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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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    Exact same as me.

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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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    I got theft robbery burglary 91a and 19b and duress
    Then I got criminal damage, (no theft :mad:) fraud and obtaining services - ran out of time for obtaining services mr though good job I did a rough plan at the start I guess
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    I missed out bloody false representation on question two!
    Went perfect other than that though...
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    (Original post by book worm)
    for the robbery what kinds of things did u put ?
    I just said see above for the actus reus of theft, then went through each element briefly. I used the case of Dawson and James to say that a push was sufficient, then B and R for the D not being scared, and Lloyd/Hale to say continuing/ongoing appropriation

    For the mens rea I just said see above, then said plus intent to using force, then just said how he pushed him so would have been intent
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    where was the 9 1b burglary ?
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    (Original post by book worm)
    where was the 9 1b burglary ?
    In scenario 2, he'd actually attempted to steal (don't have to succeed) and as soon as you attempt it transfers form 91a to 91b

    91a is just an intent to commit the ulterior offence, like they're just thinking about it but they might get caught and decide not to, eg where they don't actually do it

    91b is where they attempt or succeed in committing the ulterior offence, he'd attempted by grabbing the money, even though he dropped it
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    Did anyone do the first scenario on tort?
    I got private nuisance, normal negligence and Rylands v Fletcher for the first question. Then the second question I got OLA 1957, medical negligence and vicarious liability thought it was a good paper, all the topics I didn't like were on the other scenario.
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    (Original post by Cryl)
    Awesome. Good luck with your other exams, if you have any.
    Thanks you too!
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    for scenario 2 criminal damage what kinds of things did u put / cases ?
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    I did Scenario 1 Offences Against Property.

    I got for question 1 theft of the letter, blackmail and intoxication.

    For question 2, I wrote false representation, basic criminal damage and aggravated criminal damage and burglary S9(1)(b).

    Any else get that?
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    (Original post by musicandme)
    I did Scenario 1 Offences Against Property.

    I got for question 1 theft of the letter, blackmail and intoxication.

    For question 2, I wrote false representation, basic criminal damage and aggravated criminal damage and burglary S9(1)(b).

    Any else get that?
    I got exactly that
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    I found that quite good. Ended up writing 18 pages which is the second time that's happened in a week!

    I did scenario 1. I got Theft, Blackmail, Intoxication for the 1st and Fraud, Burglary, and Criminal Damage (and endangering life) for the 2nd.
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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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    For the second question what was the theft of?
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    (Original post by Meganebaker)
    Did anyone do the first scenario on tort?
    I got private nuisance, normal negligence and Rylands v Fletcher for the first question. Then the second question I got OLA 1957, medical negligence and vicarious liability thought it was a good paper, all the topics I didn't like were on the other scenario.
    I did the second question on tort. I much prefer negligent misstatement to nuisance Although when I went through both scenarios I got what you listed on the first one. Was there no public nuisance?
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    (Original post by musicandme)
    I did Scenario 1 Offences Against Property.

    I got for question 1 theft of the letter, blackmail and intoxication.

    For question 2, I wrote false representation, basic criminal damage and aggravated criminal damage and burglary S9(1)(b).

    Any else get that?
    Exactly that.
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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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    Same, where was the theft :s


    I had to rush the last question because i took waaaaay too much time on morals :P
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    (Original post by Cheese man)
    In scenario 2, he'd actually attempted to steal (don't have to succeed) and as soon as you attempt it transfers form 91a to 91b

    91a is just an intent to commit the ulterior offence, like they're just thinking about it but they might get caught and decide not to, eg where they don't actually do it

    91b is where they attempt or succeed in committing the ulterior offence, he'd attempted by grabbing the money, even though he dropped it
    9 (1) (A) is where you enter as a trespasser, with the intention of committing the ulterior offence - whether you succeed or not. 9 (1) (B) is where, having entered as a trespasser (maybe by going into a prohibited area) you attempt to steal or actually steal. The question is, where was the intention to steal formed?
 
 
 
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