LAW02 EXAM

The Actus Reus is the _____act of a crime
Physical
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The Actus Reus must be _____ or not crime has been committed
Voluntary
2 of 14
This case stated that if an individual were to be attacked by bee's or suffer a heart attack whilst driving they would not be acting voluntarily
Hill v Baxter
3 of 14
an omission is the ____ to act
Failure
4 of 14
The actus Reus can be a probited act or an _____
omission
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Generally an omission carrys not criminal ______
liability
6 of 14
Omissions do not carry criminal liability however the exception to the rule is when D has a _____ __ _____
Duty to Act
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there are _____ circumstances when D has a duty to act
five
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Gibbins and Proctor is a case example of when D has a duty to act becase of a _______
Relationship
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The case to support that D has a duty to act through official position
Dytham
10 of 14
Case to support that D has a duty to act through his creation of danger
Miller
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D has a duty to act if they have taken this duty on voluntarily. what case supports this?
Stone and Dobinson
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What case supports the D has a duty to act through a contractual duty?
Pitwood
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an example of an A/R is 'causing the victimn to apprehend immediate unlawful violence. What non fatle offence is this for?
Assault
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The Actus Reus must be _____ or not crime has been committed

Back

Voluntary

Card 3

Front

This case stated that if an individual were to be attacked by bee's or suffer a heart attack whilst driving they would not be acting voluntarily

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

an omission is the ____ to act

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

The actus Reus can be a probited act or an _____

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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