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R v Stone and Dobinson
Took in Stone's poorly sister. Sister was anorexic and needed medical help, yet they left her in bed. She was bedridden, and died in bed fithy and covered in sores. Guilty of manslaughter.
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R v Latimer
Latimer had a leather belt. He meant to hit one victim, and actually hit someone else in the process. This was transferred malice.
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R v White
He put cyanide in his mums cup of tea with the intention to kill her. Before the cyanide took affect, his mum died of a heart attack. Not guilty of murder because of causation.
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R v Aluwahlia
Woman suffered Battered Wifes Syndrome and had been repeatedly beaten. One night before bed, her husband promised her a beating. She waited for him to fall asleep, went to get petrol, then set him on fire. Loss of control denied, but diminished respo
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R v Jordan
Victim stabbed, healing well, given antibiotics he was allergic to. Died as a result. Causation meant Doctors were guilty.
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Latimer had a leather belt. He meant to hit one victim, and actually hit someone else in the process. This was transferred malice.

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R v Latimer

Card 3

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He put cyanide in his mums cup of tea with the intention to kill her. Before the cyanide took affect, his mum died of a heart attack. Not guilty of murder because of causation.

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Card 4

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Woman suffered Battered Wifes Syndrome and had been repeatedly beaten. One night before bed, her husband promised her a beating. She waited for him to fall asleep, went to get petrol, then set him on fire. Loss of control denied, but diminished respo

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Card 5

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Victim stabbed, healing well, given antibiotics he was allergic to. Died as a result. Causation meant Doctors were guilty.

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