Criminal Damage Flashcards

Where does the law on Criminal Damage come from?
Criminal Damage Act 1971 S1
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Which case said damage can be temporary?
Hardman v CC of Avon & Somerset 1986
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Which case said damage had t interfere with the value of the item?
Morphitis v Salmon
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Which case said spit was not damage?
A v R 1978
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What was the ruling in in R v G & R?
You can only be guilty if you had realised there was a risk and had taken it anyway
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What is the actus reus of criminal damage?
Destroy or damage Property, Belonging to another, Without lawful excuses
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What is the mens rea of criminal damage?
Intention or recklessness as to the damage or desutruction
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What is does S1(3) state?
Arson is damaging or destroying by fire
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What is aggravated criminal damage?
Added element of Intention or recklessness as to endangering life of another
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Which case said damage can be temporary?

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Hardman v CC of Avon & Somerset 1986

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Which case said damage had t interfere with the value of the item?

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Which case said spit was not damage?

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What was the ruling in in R v G & R?

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