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2. What does the case of Miller (1954) exemplify?

  • Not ABH as there was no Hurt or Injury - They were still married
  • ABH as she was caused psychological injury
  • ABH as she was caused both psychological and Physical injury

3. What does Assault mean?

  • Just Assault under S39
  • Just Battery
  • Assault and/or Battery

4. Which case outlines that a Ponytail is still a part of the body?

  • Matthews and Kennedy (2001)
  • DPP v Smith (2006)
  • R v Lincon (1993)

5. What is the Actus Reus of ABH?

  • Battery, Causation, ABH
  • Assault, Occassioning, ABH
  • Assault or Battery, Occassionaing, ABH


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