Acts and Cases in Law- Units 1 and 2

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Main Rules of Bail
Bail Act 1976
1 of 107
Main Rules of Sentencing
Magistrates Association Guidelines
2 of 107
Jurors May Reach Decisions Using Unauthorised Methods
R v Young
3 of 107
Jurors May Reach Perverse Decisions
R v Blythe
4 of 107
Juries May Be Influenced By the Media
R v West
5 of 107
Juries Decisions Based On Common Sense for Justice
Bushells Case 1670
6 of 107
Qualifications of a Juror
Juries Act 1974
7 of 107
Ammended Qualifications of a Juror
Criminal Justice Act 2003
8 of 107
The House of Lords Can Only Delay Laws, Not Prevent Them
Parliamentary Law Acts 1911, 1949
9 of 107
UK Joined the EU
European Communities Act 1972
10 of 107
Courts Cannot Go Against Parliament
Cheney v Conn
11 of 107
Parliamentary Supremacy
British Railway Board v Picton
12 of 107
EU Law Takes Priority Over English Law
Factotarme-Merchant Shipping Act 1988
13 of 107
Doctrine of Precedent
Judicature Acts 1873-75
14 of 107
The Neighbour Principle
Donnehue v Stephen
15 of 107
Duress Cannot Be Used For Murder
R v Howe
16 of 107
Durees Cannot Be Used For Attempted Murder
R v Gotts
17 of 107
Scottish Law Can Be Used
R v R 1991
18 of 107
EU Law Immediately Becomes English Law
Re Tacographs
19 of 107
Duty Solicitors Are Free
Access to Justice Act 1999
20 of 107
Judges
Justices of the Peace Act 1949
21 of 107
Involuntary Acts
Hill v Baxter
22 of 107
Contractual Duty
R v Pittwood
23 of 107
Duty of a Public Position
R v Dytham
24 of 107
Duty to Minimise the Harmful Consequences of Ones Actions
R v Miller
25 of 107
Voluntary Duty
R v Stone and Dobson
26 of 107
Duty of a Special Relationship
R v Gibbons and Proctor
27 of 107
State of Affairs
R v Larsonneur
28 of 107
Mens Rea- Recklessness
R v Cunningham
29 of 107
Mens Rea- Direct Intent
R v Mohan
30 of 107
Mens Rea - Oblique Intent
R v Woollin
31 of 107
Virtual Certainty Test
R v Matthews and Alleyne
32 of 107
Strict Liability
Alphacell v Woodward OR Smedleys v Breed OR London Borough Of Harrow v Shah
33 of 107
"But For" Test and Factual Causation
R v Pagett OR R v White
34 of 107
Legal Causation
R v Smith
35 of 107
Palpably Wrong Medical Intervention Will Break the Chain of Causation
R v Jordan
36 of 107
Thinskull Rule
R v Blaue
37 of 107
Victim's Actions Can Be Novus Actus Intervenius Unless Forseeable
R v Roberts
38 of 107
Chain of Causation Broken If Victim's Actions Were Daft
R v Williams
39 of 107
Transferred Malice
R v Mitchell
40 of 107
Mens Rea Cannot Be Transferred to Damaged Property
R v Pembleton
41 of 107
Assault and Battery
s.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988
42 of 107
Actions Can Equal Assault
R v Logdon
43 of 107
Words/Silence Can Equal Assault
R v Ireland
44 of 107
Battery Mens Rea
R v Venna
45 of 107
Touching Clothes Is Battery
R v Thomas
46 of 107
Battery Can Be Committed By an Indirect Force
R v Haysted
47 of 107
Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm
s.47 Offences Against the Persons Act 1861
48 of 107
Harm Includes Psychiatric Injury
R v Chan-Fook
49 of 107
Hair is ABH
R v Smith
50 of 107
Loss of Consciousness Is ABH
T v DPP
51 of 107
GBH
s.20/18 Offences Against the Persons Act 1861
52 of 107
Mens Rea for GBH
R v Savage
53 of 107
Bleeding Must Be External To Be GBH
JCC v Eisenhower
54 of 107
Lots of Slight Injuries is GBH
R v Brown and Stratton
55 of 107
Mens Rea for s.18
R v Belfon
56 of 107
Self Defense Act
s.43 Crimes and Courts Act 2013
57 of 107
Self Defense Case
R v Martin
58 of 107
Burglary
s.9 1a/b Theft Act 1968
59 of 107
Only Part of Your Body Must Enter To Be Tresspassing
R v Ryan
60 of 107
Must Be Somewhere Without Permission
R v Walkington
61 of 107
Loss Of Control
s.52-54 Coroners and Justice Act 2009
62 of 107
Sexual Infidelity Is Not a Trigger
R v Clinton
63 of 107
Would a Person Of the Same Age/Gender etc Have Reacted the Same Way In the Same Circumstances?
R v Camplin
64 of 107
Head Injury Will Not Be Taken Into Consideration
R v Holley
65 of 107
Mens Rea For Unlawful Act Manslaughter
R v Lamb
66 of 107
Was the Unlawful Act Dangerous?
R v Church
67 of 107
Gross Negligence Manslaughter
R v Adomako
68 of 107
Was There a Risk of Death?
R v Misra and Srivastava
69 of 107
So Bad In All The Circumstances To Be Criminal
R v Bateman
70 of 107
Consent
R v Aiken
71 of 107
Insanity
M'naghten's Case 1843
72 of 107
Defect of Reason
R v Clarke
73 of 107
Automatism
R v Bratty
74 of 107
Involuntary Intoxication
R v Hardie
75 of 107
Voluntary Intoxication
DPP v Majewski
76 of 107
Duress By Circumstances
R v Conway
77 of 107
Theft
s.1 Theft Act 1968
78 of 107
Appropriation of Property
Oxford v Moss
79 of 107
Intent to Permanently Deprive
R v Lloyd
80 of 107
Robbery
s.8 Theft Act 1968
81 of 107
Use or Fear of Force
R v Dawson
82 of 107
Immediately Before or During Theft
R v Hale
83 of 107
Leaving Without Payment
s.3 Theft Act 1978
84 of 107
Leaving Without Payment
R v Aziz
85 of 107
Valid Will
s.9 Wills Act 1837
86 of 107
Will Must Be Signed
Wood v Smith
87 of 107
Blind People Cannot Witness Wills
Re Gibson
88 of 107
Beneficiaries Cannot Witness the Will
Re Bravada
89 of 107
A Witness's Spouse Cannot Benefit
Ross v Caunters
90 of 107
Priveliged Wills
Wills (Soldiers and Sailors) Act 1918
91 of 107
Will Can Be Unwitnessed
Rapley v Rapley
92 of 107
Will Can Be Unwritten
Re Jones
93 of 107
Umarried Ex-Spouses Can Claim
Inheritance (Provision for Families and Dependents) Act 1975
94 of 107
Destroying a Will
Re Adams
95 of 107
Intestacy
Administartion of Estates Act 1925
96 of 107
Same Sex Marriage
Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013
97 of 107
Must be 16
Age of Marriage Act 1925
98 of 107
Rules of Marriage
Marriage Act 1949
99 of 107
Must Be Single
Offences Against the Persons Act 1857
100 of 107
Spouse Is Believed To Be Dead/ Has Been Missing For 7 Years
R v Tolson
101 of 107
Must Be Of Sound Mind
Mental Health Act 1983
102 of 107
Legal Recognition of Same Sex Relationships
Civil Partnership Act 2005
103 of 107
Marriage Under Duress
Hirani v Hirani
104 of 107
Divorce
Matrimonial Causes Act 1973
105 of 107
Ammended Divorce
Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984
106 of 107
Maintenance
Cann v Cann
107 of 107

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