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3 C's of Crime
ACT
ONDUCT
OMISSION
IRCUMSTANCES
ONSEQUENCES…read more

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Where Can A Duty To Act Arise
From?
· STATUTE. Eg: The Road Traffic Act 1988
· CONTRACT. Eg: R v Pittwood
· RELATIONSHIP. Eg: R v Lowe
· RELIANCE. Eg: R v Stone & Dobbinson
· PRIOR CONDUCT. Eg: R v Miller
· PUBLIC OFFICE. Eg: R v Dytham…read more

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Men's Rea.
Mental element
Internal element
Guilty mind
State of mind…read more

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States of mind that are liable to be
punished.
· Intention ­ direct or oblique
· Recklessness ­ the taking of
unjustified risks
R v Cunningham…read more

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Direct & Oblique Intention.
Direct Oblique
"A decision to bring Foresight of
about a particular consequence as
consequence" being `virtually certain'
can be used as
R v Mohan
evidence of intention.
R v Nedrick…read more

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