Criminal Damage

What is defined in S1 (1) Criminal Damage Act 1971?
Criminal damage
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What case is used in damage/destroy?
Roe v Kingerlee
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Which case demonstrates time money and effort to fix (drawings on pavement)?
Hardman v CC of Avon
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Which case demonstrated time money and effort to fix (biblical quote)?
Blake v DPP
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Which case demonstrates no permanent damage but time to return to normal (blanket in toilet)
Fiak
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Which case demonstrates that no cost or effort in clean up = no offence?
R v A
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Which case demonstrates that property damaged is a relevant consideration?
Morphies and Salmon
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What is defined in S10 (1)?
Property
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What is defined in S10 (2)?
belonging to another
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Which case demonstrates that there must be intention to do the damage (no intention)?
Pembilton
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Which case demonstrates there must be intention to do the damage (intention)?
Seroy-white
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Which case demonstrates that they must intent to do damage to property belonging to another?
Smith
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Which case demonstrates recklessness?
G and R
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What is defined in S1 (2)?
aggravated criminal damage
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Which case demonstrates MR for aggravated is must intend for damage to endanger life (not aggravated)?
Steer
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Which case demonstrates MR for aggravated is must intend for damage to endanger life (aggravated)?
Webster
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Which case demonstrated it doesn't matter if life wasn't actually endangered?
Sangha
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Which case demonstrated that for aggravated it doesn't matter whose property it is?
Merrick
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What is defined in S1 (3) CDA 71?
Arson
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Which case demonstrated that arson can be committed by omission?
Miller
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What is defined in S5(2) CDA'71?
Without lawful excuse
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Which case demonstrated that setting fire to bed to draw attention to faulty alarm was not protecting other property?
Hunt
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Which case demonstrated not allowed to protect people?
Banker and Wilkins
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Which case demonstrates honest belief?
Denton
24 of 25
Which case demonstrated being intoxicated does not affect the defence
Jaggard v Dickinson
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What case is used in damage/destroy?

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Roe v Kingerlee

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Which case demonstrates time money and effort to fix (drawings on pavement)?

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Which case demonstrated time money and effort to fix (biblical quote)?

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Which case demonstrates no permanent damage but time to return to normal (blanket in toilet)

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