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AQA law unit 4 criminal law
January 2006 (total 85 marks): 1 hour 15 min

1(a) Discuss the criminal liability of Brent for the injury to Andy, and the criminal liability of
Chris for the injuries to Brent. (25 marks)
(b) Discuss the criminal liability of Debra and of George…

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(c) Choose one of the following:
In relation to murder (including voluntary manslaughter), discuss the suggestion that the
current law is satisfactory and is not in need of reform. (25 marks)
OR
In relation to involuntary manslaughter, discuss the suggestion that the current law is
satisfactory and is not in…

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OR
In relation to involuntary manslaughter, consider the suggestion that the current law is
unsatisfactory. (25 marks)
OR
In relation to non-fatal offences against the person, consider the suggestion that the
current law is unsatisfactory. (25 marks)

January 2008 (total 85 marks): 1 hour 15 min

(a) Discuss the criminal…

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In relation to non-fatal offences against the person, consider what criticisms may be made
of the current law. (25 marks)

2(a) Discuss the criminal liability of Alvin in relation to Bez, Chris and other customers, arising
out of the incident in the pub. (25 marks)
(b) Discuss the criminal liability…

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(b) Consider the liability of Mike for the murder of Pete. (25 marks)
(c)In recent years, there has been much dissatisfaction with the current law of murder and
voluntary manslaughter. Explain the reasons for this dissatisfaction and consider what
proposals have been made for the reform of the law. (25…

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(b) Consider the possible liability of Adam and of Frances in connection with Diane's death.
(25 marks)
(c) The non-fatal offences against the person have been subjected to frequent criticism.
Explain and discuss these criticisms, and suggest what reforms might be desirable.
(25 marks)

2(a) Discuss the possible criminal liability…

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