Non-Fatal Offences

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  • Non-Fatal Offences
    • Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm
      • S.47 Offences Against the Person Act 1861
        • Either way Offence
          • 5 years imprisonment
      • Actus Reus
        • More than trivial
          • R V Chan-Fook
        • Indirect - Not face to face
          • R V Martin
      • Mens Rea
        • Intentionally
          • Direct intention - R V Mohan
          • Indirect intention - Nedrick/Woolin test
        • Recklessly
          • Cunningham subjective
    • Battery
      • S.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988
        • Summary Offence
          • 6 months imprisonment or a fine
      • Mens Rea
        • Intentionally
          • Direct Intention- R V Mohan
          • Indirect intention - Nedrick/Woolin test
        • Recklessly
          • Cunningham Subjective
      • Actus Reus
        • Unlawful touching of another without consent or lawful excuse
          • Collins V Wilcock
    • Assault
      • S.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988
        • Summary Offence
          • 6 months imprisonment or a fine
      • Actus reus
        • No touching is needed
          • R V Logdon
        • Words amount to an assault
          • Turberville V Savage
        • Silence amounts to an assault
          • R V Ireland
        • Victim apprehends immediate, unlawful personal violence
          • R V Logdon
      • Mens Rea
        • Intentionally
          • Direct intention - R V Mohan
          • Indirect intention - Nedrick/Woolin test
        • Recklessly
          • Cunningham Subjective
    • Grievous Bodily Harm
      • S.20 Offences Against the Person Act 1861
        • Either way Offence
          • 5 years imprisonment
      • Actus Reus
        • An unlawful act
        • Broken bones
          • Burstow
        • Psychiatric injury
          • Burstow
        • Severe bruising where the victim is vulnerable
          • Bollom
      • Mens Rea
        • Macliciously
        • Intentionally
        • Recklessly
          • R V Savage
        • Foresee that some harm might occur
          • DPP V A
    • Wounding
      • S.20 Offences Against the Person Act 1861
        • Either way Offence
          • 5 years imprisonment
      • Mens Rea
        • Maliciously
        • Intentionally
        • Recklessly
          • R V Savage
        • Foresee that some harm might occur
          • DPP V A
      • Actus Reus
        • A break in two layers of the skin
          • JCC V Eisenhower
    • Section 20 Offences Against the Person Act 1861
      • 5 years imprisonment
      • Actus Reus
        • GBH
        • Wounding
      • Mens Rea
        • Maliciously
        • Intentionally
        • Recklessly
        • Foresee that some harm might occur
          • DPP V A
    • Section 18 Offences Against the Person Act 1861
      • Life imprisonment
      • Mens Rea
        • Maliciously
        • Intentionally
          • Belfon
      • Actus Reus
        • GBH
        • Wounding

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