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Hey guys... am just a little confused on criminal law.. i knw causation is necessary in results crimes such as murder but is it also necessary to establish the link of causation under the non fatal offences against the person ... ? :/
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Only under section 47 of the OAPA to my knowledge. That's all I've ever had to do for the A Level exams anyway.
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hmm.. i thought it was only for result crimes whr the victim's death is caused by D's act.. how would i use both legal and factual causation under s.47 :/
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