2 questions: When answering a problem question do I have to mention what the old law was?
And when it says "advise e.g. Mary" should I say "You should" or "Mary should"?
Criminal Law: Problem Question Watch
- Thread Starter
- 15-01-2016 23:32
- 25-01-2016 20:23
Speaking about the old laws and highlighting what the main differences are and why they are morally, civilly, and jurisdictionally relevant is definitely a good idea. No need to go back to the Code of Hammurabi, but a little bit of contextualization is always useful!
Also, as a general rule to all essays, you should always avoid using the second person when you can, so go for "Mary should" instead of "You should".
Best of luck!