Offences Against The Person! (Table)

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Actus Reus, Mens Rea, Cases and Maximum sentence for each crime!

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CRIME ACTUS REUS MENS REA CASES MAXIMUM
SENTENCE
AN ACT BY THE DEFENDANT DEFENDANT HAS THE R V IRELAND: SILENT UP TO 6MONTHS OR UP TO
ASSAULT WHICH MAKES THE VICTIM INTENTION OR RECKLESSNESS TELEPHONE CALLS (IT WAS £5000 FINE.
S.39 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT APPRESHEND IMMEDIATE TO CAUSE THE VICTIM TO DECIDED THAT SILENCE OR MAGISTRATES COURT ­
1988 UNLAWFUL PERSONAL APPREHEND THE ACTUS REUS WORDS ALONE CAN BE AN SUMMARY OFFENCE
VIOLENCE OF ASSULT ASSAULT.
R V CONSTANZA: LETTERS
BEING SENT BY A STALKER
THE DEFENDANT APPLIES DEFENDANT HAS THE R V THOMAS: SCHOOL UP TO 6MONTHS OR UP TO
BATTERY UNLAWFUL, IMMEDIATE INTENTION OR RECKLESSNESS CARETAKER TOUCHED HEM OF £5000 FINE.
S.39 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT PERSONAL VIOLENCE TO THE TO APLLY IMMEDIATE A PUPILS SKIRT. (TOUCHING A MAGISTRATES COURT ­
1988 VICTIM. (DEFENDANT MUST UNLAWFUL PERSONAL PERSONS CLOTHES CAN BE SUMMARY OFFENCE
TOUCH THE VICTIM WITHOUT VIOLENCE TO VICTIM. BATTERY)
CONSENT)
THIS IS WHERE THE R V SAVAGE: THROWING BEER UP TO 5 YEARS
S.47 ABH DEFENDANT COMMITS AN GLASS IN PUB AT A, GLASS IMPRISONMENT
OFFENCES AGAINST PERSON ASSAULT OR BATTERY THAT SAME AS ASSAULT/BATTERY MISSED A AND HIT B. THIS WAS MAGISTRATES COURT BUT
ACT 1861 CAUSES ACTUAL BODILY HARM ABH. CAN BE REFERRED TO CROWN
TO THE VICTIM. THE INJURY R V SMITH: V CUT HIS FORMER COUT IF AN EITHER WAY
MUST BE MORE THAN `TRIVIAL' PARTNERS HAIR DURING AN OFFENCE.
ARGUMENT. CUTTING
SOMEONES HAIR CAN BE ABH
-DEFENDANT UNLAWFULLY DEFENDANT HAD THE R V MOWATT: THE DEFENDANT UP TO 5 YEARS
S.20 GBH AND MALICIOUSLY INFLICTS INTETION OR RECKLESSNESS TO ATTACKED POLICE OFFICER, IMPRISONMENT.
OFFENCES AGAINST PERSON SERIOUS INJURY/GBH CAUSE SOME HARM TO THE PUSHING HIM ROUGHLY. MAGISTRATES COURT BUT
ACT 1861 -ALL 2 LAYERS OF THE SKIN VICTIM. R V DICA: GIVING SOMEONE IMMEDIATELY REFERRED TO
MUST BE BROKEN C(A MINOR) V HIV CAN BE GBH. THE CROWN COURT AS ITS AN
EISENHOWER) ­ BURST BLOOD DEFENDANT INFECTED TWO INDICTABLE OFFENCE.
VESSEL IN THE EYE ­ INTERNAL WOMEN WITH HIV.
BLEEDING: NOTE IN THIS CASE THERE
WAS NO GBH AS A BURST BLOOD
VESSEL DIDN'T BREAK 2 LAYERS OF
SKIN.

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GBH MEANS `REALLY SERIOUS
HARM'
DEFENDANT HAD EITHER: R V WHITE LIFE IMPRISONMENT
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Smith E

I used a table very similar to this as a student and found it to be very effective. The final column on sentencing is particularly useful at jogging your memory that sanctions are an important issue, and should way to round off an essay on this topic. Also, because it is best to address a problem using a tiered approach, most serious offence first working "downwards", this table assists helps students to memorise the hierarchy.

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