Criminal Law Cases

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  • Criminal Law Cases
    • Actus Reus
      • Omissions
        • Contract
          • R v Pittwood
        • Voluntarily Takes on Duty
          • R v Stone & Dobinson
        • Person Fails to Minimize Outcome
          • R v Miller
        • Public Position
          • R v Dytham
        • Statutory Omission
      • Causation
        • Factual
          • R v White
        • Legal
          • R v Cheshire
      • Novus Actus Interveniens
        • Medical Treatment
          • R v Jordan
          • R v Malcherek & Steel
        • Escapes
          • R v Roberts
        • Act of 3rd Party
          • R v Pagett
        • Re-Opening Wounds
          • R v Dear
      • Thin Skull Rule
        • R v Blaue
    • Mens Rea
      • Intention
        • Direct
          • R v Mohan
        • Oblique
          • R v Nedrick
      • Recklessness
        • R v Cunningham
      • Strict Liability
        • Gammon v Attorney General for Hong Kong
        • Sweet v Parsley
        • Callow v Tillstone
        • Alphacell v Woodward
      • Transferred Malice
        • R v Latimer
        • R v Pembleton
      • Rule of Contemporaniety
        • R v Thabo Meli
        • R v Fagan
    • Non Fatal Offences (OAPA 1861)
      • Common Assault
        • AR
          • R v Lamb
          • Logdon v DPP
          • Smith v Chief Constable of Woking
        • MR
          • R v Venna
        • Examples
          • Stephen v Myers (Gestures)
          • R v Wilson (Words)
          • R v Ireland (Silent Phone Calls
          • R v Burstow (Letters and Phonecalls)
      • Common Battery
        • MR
          • R v Venna (Same as Common Assault)
        • AR
          • R v Martin
          • DPP v K
        • Examples
          • R v Thomas (Touching Clothing)
      • Section 47/ABH
        • MR
          • R v Venna (Only MR of Common Assault / Battery Needed to have MR of S47)
        • AR
          • R v Miller
          • R v Chan Fook
          • R v Savage
      • Section 20/ GBH
        • MR
          • R v Mowatt
        • AR
          • R v Eisenhower
        • Examples
          • R v Dica (Biological GBH)
          • R v Bollom (Combination of Injuries = GBH due to Age of Victim)
          • R v Constanza (Severe Psychiatric Injury = GBH)
      • Section 18/GBH With Intent
        • AR
          • R v Eisenhower (Same as S20)
        • MR
          • R v Belfon

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