Lareb.A
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If the D says something like the V will be next (as in killed) and then the V suffers a heart attack and dies.
Is a threat enough for murder, or is it better to look at unlawful act manslaughter?
After looking at cases like Watson [1989] and Dawson [1985], i believe unlawful act manslaughter is the right offence to discuss.
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The D is The Devil? Sure, you could convict him for giving people heart attacks (along with everything else) but I don't think that would matter much in the grand scheme of things.
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Well the act wasn’t criminally unlawful or dangerous was it? Just words? Unless it was known he would cause a heart attack as the victim was very old or frail?
You definitely have assault though! A fear of violence.
If it’s an essay on liability then you probably need to consider uam. As you uh need to fill those pages somehow!
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