Criminal Damage Act

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What is the definition of Section 1 (1) Simple Criminal Damage?
Where without lawful excuse you damage or destroy property belonging to another with intent or recklessness as to the damage.
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Which case says if it costs money it is damage?
Roe v Kingerlee
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Who flooded a prison cell by pushing a blanket down a toilet?
Fiak
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Which case says spitting on a policeman can be criminal damage?
A v R
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Who drew on a pavement with water soluble chalk and it was classed as damage?
Hardman
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Which case says it it affects its value or usefulness it is damage?
Morphitis v Salmon
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Which case says recklessness is subjective?
R v G
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What is section 5 (2) (a)?
You are not guilty if you have an honest belief that the owner would have consented in the circumstances?
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What is section 5 (2) (b)?
You are not guilty if you have an honest belief that property was in immediate need of protection?
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Which case is an exception to the Majewski rule?
Jaggard v Dickinson
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Which case says God can be the owner?
Blake v DPP
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Which case says force used for section 5 (2) (b) must be reasonable?
Hunt
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What is the definition of section 1 (2) Aggravated Criminal Damage
This is where you damage or destroy property belonging to another with intentionally or recklessly AND Intentionally or recklessly endanger life
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Which case says the test is based on what a reasonable person would do?
Sangha
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What is the definition of section 1 (3) Criminal Damage by Fire
This is where you damage or destroy property belonging to another intentionally or recklessly by fire.
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What does not count as arson?
Blackening by smoke
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