1. Are doctors able to switch off the life support machine, without being held liable?
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2. The case of Mohan 1976 shows what type of intent?
3. What happened in the case of R v Malcherek and Steel (1981)
- The defendant was on LSD, causing his to hallucinate and stab his wife
- D stabbed his wife, claimed that switching off life support broke chain in causation
- Hit husband with a tape recorder, claimed that she was unstable at the time
4. Which case exemplifies Implied malice?
- R v Malony
- R v Vickers
- R v Sheffield
5. What does the case of Attorney Generas Reference No.3 1994 (1997) show?
- Queens Peace
- Reasonable person in being - Brain Dead State
- Reasonable person in being - Foetus
- Unlawful Killing
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