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    After looking at this question for about two hours I thought I'd post it here because Im really struggling which is strange because problem questions are usually straight forward, This is from Jan 09 Aqa

    The question: Aaron rode his bicycle to bens house and said "fancy a scary ride?" Aaron steered onto the pavement fast behind Colin a pedestrian and shouted for him to get out of the way. Hearing Aaron shout Colin jumped backwards into his 3 year old son causing a bruised ankle. Shortly afterwards Ben fell off the bike when Aaron suddenly swerved to avoid a collision with another pedestrian. Aaron rode off when seeing Bens leg was bleeding badly.

    I identified the indirect Battery from Aaron to Colin but Aaron can't be liabel for ABH to Ben because there is no assault of battery and its a 25 mark question so would the defense on Aarons behalf be consent?

    I don't get this question x( any help will be much appreciated thanks
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    S20 on leg due to bleeding wound under jcc v Eisenhower he was also reckless in causing injury to pedestrian /3 year old in very basic sunmary
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    Transferred malice, bollom injuries to younger children/ vulnerable people more serious these are all factors you can mention do or don't apply
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    Not sure about transferred malice as he's being reckless no malice to transfer as he didn't throw a punch and It hit wrong person? I wrote R v Martin saying a battery can be committed indirectly, GBH seems right,

    Thanks for your help much appreciated

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