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anyone think an essay question on manslaughter will come up for section a in criminal law 1? has anyone revised conspiracy or attempts?
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Ive Not Done Consipriacy, Aiding, Abbetin Or Participation I Really Hope Ommissions, Causation Or Provocation Comes Up As An Essay In C1 Hoping Non Fatal Reforms For C2

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Ive Not Done Consipriacy, Aiding, Abbetin Or Participation I Really Hope Ommissions, Causation Or Provocation Comes Up As An Essay In C1 Hoping Non Fatal Reforms For C2

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I wouldn't worry about participation coz that was an essay in Jan
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I wouldn't worry about participation coz that was an essay in Jan
^ Which surprised us because we all thought it would be Provocation.

By the way, have any of you done Necessity for Duress? If so, have you included Re A & Stephen's Digest of Criminal Law etc?
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^ Which surprised us because we all thought it would be Provocation.

By the way, have any of you done Necessity for Duress? If so, have you included Re A & Stephen's Digest of Criminal Law etc?
Whats Stephen's Digest? Yeah i've done Re A coz its one of the leading cases isn't it along with Dudley and Stephens
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^ Which surprised us because we all thought it would be Provocation.

By the way, have any of you done Necessity for Duress? If so, have you included Re A & Stephen's Digest of Criminal Law etc?
nah whats that then?
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Whats Stephen's Digest? Yeah i've done Re A coz its one of the leading cases isn't it along with Dudley and Stephens
Stephens digest of law said that the three necessary requirements for the application of the doctrine:

i) the act is needed to avoid inevitable and irrepairable evil
ii) no more should be done than is reasonably necessary for the purpose to be achieved
iii) the evil inflicted must not be disproportionate to the evil avoided.

This was a report on the RE A which our teacher broke down for us.
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Stephens digest of law said that the three necessary requirements for the application of the doctrine:

i) the act is needed to avoid inevitable and irrepairable evil
ii) no more should be done than is reasonably necessary for the purpose to be achieved
iii) the evil inflicted must not be disproportionate to the evil avoided.

This was a report on the RE A which our teacher broke down for us.
Oh yeah i know all that just didn't know it was called 'Stephen's Digest' I ust know it as the 3 requirements for necessity lol
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Stephens digest of law said that the three necessary requirements for the application of the doctrine:

i) the act is needed to avoid inevitable and irrepairable evil
ii) no more should be done than is reasonably necessary for the purpose to be achieved
iii) the evil inflicted must not be disproportionate to the evil avoided.

This was a report on the RE A which our teacher broke down for us.

i havent got a clue what this is...now im scared? is it important?
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Stephens digest of law said that the three necessary requirements for the application of the doctrine:

i) the act is needed to avoid inevitable and irrepairable evil
ii) no more should be done than is reasonably necessary for the purpose to be achieved
iii) the evil inflicted must not be disproportionate to the evil avoided.

This was a report on the RE A which our teacher broke down for us.
yeh yeh i know that got me worried there me ode!!
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Oh yeah i know all that just didn't know it was called 'Stephen's Digest' I ust know it as the 3 requirements for necessity lol
i have got it as coming from Shayler... c.O.A stated those three things
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i have got it as coming from Shayler... c.O.A stated those three things
Yeah thats exactly what i got!! Don't worry we're cool with that
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Yeah thats exactly what i got!! Don't worry we're cool with that
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lulu, have u revised conspiracy, participation and attempts ? U seem to have revised the same things as me
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Can somebody clear up the Consent issues in Tabbasum im a bit confused as to what the Nature of his act was and then the quality of his act....
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Does any1 know if Bratty v AGNI was found 'not guilty by reason of insanity' or acquitted due to automatism? I'm confused as to which 1 it is :confused:
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i haven't wrote about him lol
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he was classed as criminally insane.. as violence in sleepwalking was seen as a disease of mind an abnormality... that is likely to reoccur.. that help?
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he was classed as criminally insane.. as violence in sleepwalking was seen as a disease of mind an abnormality... that is likely to reoccur.. that help?
I think you're talking about Burgess there hun. He was insane through sleep walking.
Bratty strangled a hitch hiker claiming to have an epileptic fit but he didnt suffer from epilepsy. my book says it was ruled as insanity but its talked about so much for automatism so im all confused
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Can somebody clear up the Consent issues in Tabbasum im a bit confused as to what the Nature of his act was and then the quality of his act....
Consent gained by fraud e.g. deception as to the identity of D or deception as to the nature & quality of D's act.

In TABASSUM, d examined the breasts of a number of women after telling them he was medically qualified, he wasn't. The court held that the nature and quality of conduct are actually two separate things and although the women weren't deceived about the nature of his conduct (having their breasts felt) they'd been deceived about the quality because they thought it was a medical examination.
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