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    I need to find something (i.e a case or a particluar judgement) that supports the fact that R v Dica is not restricted to sexually transmitted diseases but also can be used as an authority for contracting diseases in other ways such as sports injuries etc. I've been reading lots but I need someone to direct me to the right way!
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    Im trying to find to find supporting cases for this too! how are you getting on, have you found any so far?
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    Hey, I haven't found anything yet. I think I'm going to make a logical arguement based on policy! hope ithis helps.
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    Are you using R v Brown for that? I keep reading over cases but I seem to be getting no where! Is it just me or are you also finding it quite difficult
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    (Original post by Lawstudent011)
    Are you using R v Brown for that? I keep reading over cases but I seem to be getting no where! Is it just me or are you also finding it quite difficult
    I am finding it difficult to.. any luck you guys?
 
 
 
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