AQA A2 Law Unit 3 - Non Fatal Offences - Battery

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What is the AR of Battery
Unlawful application of force against another
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What happened in the case of Thomas (1985)?
Defendant pulled on girls skirt - Clothes are extension of the body
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What case is about a police officer stopping a lady from soliciting?
Collins & Wilcocks (1984)
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What happens when implied consent is used?
To a normal level = no battery
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What happened in the case of Haystead?
Punched girlfriend who dropped baby
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Is the case of DPP v K 1990 Battery
Yes, Indirectly
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Can an omission count as battery?
Yes - As long as there is physical har
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What happened in the case of Latimer?
Transferred Malice - Intention to hit a man, hit a woman instead
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What is the MR of Battery?
Proof that the defendant intentionally or recklessly applied force to another
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What happened in the case of Thomas (1985)?

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Defendant pulled on girls skirt - Clothes are extension of the body

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What happens when implied consent is used?

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What happened in the case of Haystead?

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