AQA A2 Law Unit 3 - Defences - Consent Part Two

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1. What happened in the case of Richardson 2000?

  • Dentist carried out work even though he was suspended - Not guilty as there was consent
  • Worked on patients even though he was suspended - guilty due to fraud
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2. In which two situations would genuine consent be questioned?

  • Child and mentally challenged
  • Child and low IQ
  • Hormonal Imbalances and Mentally challenged

3. What cause exemplifies Horseplay and sexual intercourse through consent?

  • Brown
  • Nedrick
  • Dytham
  • Dickinson & Kelling

4. What happened in the case of Burrell and Harmen 1967?

  • Pierced girlfriend without consent
  • Tattooed a 12 & 13 year old, consent not allowed as they cannot understand pain
  • Tattooed a 14 & 18 year old, consent allowed for 18 year old but not 14 year olf

5. In what case was the victim injured through playing bumps?

  • Richards - Horseplay was too violent for the rules
  • Jones - Violent Horseplay
  • Graham - Horseplay was in the level of the game

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