Aggravated Criminal Damage s1(2)

The danger to life must come from the destruction or damage of property, not from another source
Sheer
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Life does not actually have to be endangered
Sangha
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The property damaged can be the defendant's own, which case illustrates this
Merrick
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The mens rea of the aggravated offence must be intention or recklessness as to destroying or damaging property and
Intention or recklessness as to whether the life is endangered by the destruction or damage
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The recklessness element is subjective, from the case of
G and R and Cooper
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Card 2

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Life does not actually have to be endangered

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Sangha

Card 3

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The property damaged can be the defendant's own, which case illustrates this

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Card 4

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The mens rea of the aggravated offence must be intention or recklessness as to destroying or damaging property and

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Card 5

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The recklessness element is subjective, from the case of

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