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Explain the burdens and standards of proof which arise in the following scenario: Gill has been charged with the murder of her husband, Clark. She claims that she acted in self-defence, or in the alternative, that she did not know what she was doing and suffered from diminished responsibility. Their lodger, Jaako, is jointly charged with murder but claims that he has been kept as a domestic slave by Gill since his arrival in the UK and, accordingly, has a defence under s.45 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
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So what are your thoughts so far? If you're doing Law, at least give us your take - the burden of learning lies with you.
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HAve you murdered someone or just trying to get us to do your homework for you?
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So what are your thoughts so far? If you're doing Law, at least give us your take - the burden of learning lies with you.
It is the structure I am struggling with
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Is this criminal law problem question?
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Is this criminal law problem question?
Law of criminal evidance
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(Original post by sjsa)
Law of criminal evidance
Sorry, could not help. It's out of my expertise.
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HAve you murdered someone or just trying to get us to do your homework for you?
I am after help on the structure
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I am after help on the structure
So you claim.

Moved to Law study help
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Sorry, could not help. It's out of my expertise.
Do you have any expertise in criminal 'evidence'?

To the OP - use IRAC. Issue, Rule, Application and Conclusion.
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