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Could someone please help me out...I need a hand with a part c) essay-style answer for 'how satisfactory the law on non-fatal offences is'?

I got a few ideas of what to put in

1) a quote from Diana Roe

2) assault & battery under S39, very confusing law and creates difficulty

3) abh has same sentence as s20 - injustice

4) different degrees of seriousness needed in malicious wounding and grievous bodily harm s18

5) the major difficulty with intention (not desire and motivation)

:confused: but the problem is, i can't seem to write a good structured essay. can someone please help start me off?
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please......someone?......help!
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This is not a respected qualification.
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This is not a respected qualification.
Dont be like that Percy - at least he's trying something useful. U should start by summing up the evidence you have, then give reasons why one decision should be reached and conflicting reasons for another - however resist the temptation to conclude too early on. Also get a book called "how to study law" from waterstones - reasonable price for such an informative and helpful book: study tips, essay structure help etc,
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For any extra work or extra notes i require when writing essays and things i find www.lawteacher.net to be highly useful, i think it has the AQA syllabus subjects on (though i do OCR)
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hey! its not respected! its hard work tho...why not!!

anyway, thanx for ya help guys. but george, that linkd doesnt seem to work for me.
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http://www.lawteacher.net
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(Original post by Kurdt Morello)
Dont be like that Percy - at least he's trying something useful. U should start by summing up the evidence you have, then give reasons why one decision should be reached and conflicting reasons for another - however resist the temptation to conclude too early on. Also get a book called "how to study law" from waterstones - reasonable price for such an informative and helpful book: study tips, essay structure help etc,

I agree - with Kurdt Morello - I am also studying A2 Law (4) and I think it's great anyone who has managed to stick the last 2 years out to get this far - it's not the most enjoyable or easiest of qualifications and you have to start here if your serious about continuing anyhow!! I just managed to gain some part-time work in a Solicitors office just on the back of what I had studied so far..... Keep on .....
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