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    In relation to sexual offences under part 1 of the sexual offences act - the mens rea does have intention. For example d intentionally penetrated v etc. my question is whether I can use a case law: r v stean as my authoiry at common law
    For intention aswell as the statutory materials? Or would it be incorrect to do that. R v stream is just an authority -'in the ratio decendi is whether d had intention, so would this be applicable.



    Further, how would you guys structure
    Section 63? Tresspass with intent to comitt a sexual offence? If you were answering a prob question??

    Thank you!
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    Sorry I know now the title says
    Section 64 but I mean section 63 under sexual offences act 2003 - 'trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence'
 
 
 
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