1. If the accused is not in control of his actions, he may plead..
- The defence of automatism
- That it is a substantial cause
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2. What is the name of the two cases for factual cause
- Bland 1993 and Pretty 2001
- R v Cheshire 1991 and R v White 1910
- Kay v Butterworth and Hill v Baxter 1958
- R v Adomako 1994 and Miller 1983
3. Voluntary assumed responsibility: What happened in Stone & Dobinson 1977?
- They were unable to look after their ill sister and she died.
- Fell asleep with a cigarette lit and set the mattress on fire, he failed to get help.
- D was a doctor charged with the murder of a terminally ill patient.
4. '_____ ____' is when some crimes are committed if D does a certain act, regardless of the consequence e.g strict liability.
- Circumstance crimes
- Conduct crimes
- Consequence crimes
- Crimes committed by omission
5. True or false: R v Malcherk & Steel 1981 'turning off life support will never break the chain'