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2. Which three are recognised exceptions?

  • Sports, normal social intercourse, Horseplay
  • Sports, assisted suicide, normal sexual intercourse
  • Horseplay, above normal violence, medical dentistry

3. What does the case of Barnes 2004 outline?

  • Criminal proceedings should only be used if the conduct was grave
  • Must be more harmful than the reasonable man could withstand
  • As the tackle was late it was against the rules = guilty

4. In emergencies how does consent differ, and which case shows this?

  • The consent is assumed - Blaue
  • The person must be asked before anything can happen to them, even if unconscious Blaue
  • The consent is taken from family members - Richards

5. Which case outlines consent to a non-fatal offence?

  • Bishop 1997
  • Brown 1993
  • R v Lamb 2008
  • R v Miller 1998

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