LAW 03 Non-Fatal Offences Cases

Only the case names, some of the cases that we have used in our exam. May not be the same for all LAW03 students as different teachers use different cases for each topic!

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  • Non-Fatal Offences Against The Person
    • Assault S.39 Criminal Justic Act 1988
      • R v Constanza
      • Smith v CSWP
      • Battery S.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988
        • Haystead v CC Derbyshire
        • Collins v Willcock
        • R v Thomas
        • DPP v Little
        • R v Martin
      • Tuberville v Savage
    • Assault Occasioning in ABH S.47 OAPA1861
      • R v Chan-Fook
      • T v DPP
      • DPP v Smith
      • R v Venna
      • R v Spratt
      • R v Savage
    • GBH/Wounding S.20 OAPA 1861
      • JCC v Eisenhower
      • R v Burstow
      • R v Lewis
      • R v Parmenter
    • GBH/Wounding with intention S.18 OAPA 1861
      • R v Maloney
      • R v Woolin
      • R v Morrison
      • resisting arrest
        • R v Morrison
  • Fagan v MPC
    • Battery S.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988
      • Haystead v CC Derbyshire
      • Collins v Willcock
      • R v Thomas
      • DPP v Little
      • R v Martin
  • R v Constanza
  • R v Ireland
    • Assault S.39 Criminal Justic Act 1988
      • Smith v CSWP
      • Tuberville v Savage
  • R v Lamb
    • DPP v K
      • A v UK
        • R v Miller
          • Assault Occasioning in ABH S.47 OAPA1861
            • R v Chan-Fook
            • T v DPP
            • DPP v Smith
            • R v Venna
            • R v Spratt
            • R v Savage
        • GBH/Wounding S.20 OAPA 1861
          • JCC v Eisenhower
          • R v Burstow
          • R v Lewis
          • R v Parmenter
        • "Really Serious Harm"
          • R v Saunders
        • R v Dica
          • resisting arrest

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