Blackmail Flashcards

Which section of which act set out the law on blackmail?
Theft Act 1968 S21
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What must you do to commit blackmail?
Make a demand, With menaces, The demand must be unwarranted, Have a view to make a gain for himself or another or have intent to cause a loss to another
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What was the ruling in Treacy v DPP
The demand was made as soon as the letter was posted
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What was the ruling in Collister & Walhurst
Demand can be implied
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Which case said meances doesn't have to be threat of violence?
R v Tomlinson
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What was the ruling in R v Harvey
The jury decides if the menace has a proper means
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What was the ruling in Lawrence and Pomory?
Threat/Menace can be implied
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What must you do to commit blackmail?

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Make a demand, With menaces, The demand must be unwarranted, Have a view to make a gain for himself or another or have intent to cause a loss to another

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What was the ruling in Treacy v DPP

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What was the ruling in Collister & Walhurst

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Which case said meances doesn't have to be threat of violence?

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