Burglary

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  • Created on: 12-06-17 23:26
Where is it defined?
S9 of the Theft Act 1968
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What is the definition under s91a?
A person is guilty of burglary if they enter any part of a building as a tresspasser, with the intention to then steal attempt to steal or cause /attempt to inflict gbh on anyone in the building / cause criminal damage to the building
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What is the definition under s91b?
A person is guilty of burglary if they enter as a tresspasser then steals/inflicts gbh
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What is the difference?
The two overlap but the second definition allows the mens rea to be formed later on
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What is a case example on a knife for protection?
R v Stones
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What is a case example on a TV?
Jones and Smith
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What is a case example on going behind a counter?
R v Walkington
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What is a case example on stealing meat?
B v Leatherly
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What is a case example on sex?
Collins
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What is a case example on half body?
Ryan and Brown
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What is a case example setting out the rules on buildings?
Stevens v Gourley
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A person is guilty of burglary if they enter any part of a building as a tresspasser, with the intention to then steal attempt to steal or cause /attempt to inflict gbh on anyone in the building / cause criminal damage to the building

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