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Criminal Liability
The process of deciding whether the defendant is liable and if they can prove the mens rea and actus reus
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Specific Intent
Crimes where a specific intent is required e.g. intent to kill = murder
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Recklessness
foreseeing a risk but carrying on anyway
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Foresight
what the defendant should predict could happen
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Malice Aforethought
intent to kill or cause GBH (serious harm)
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Srict Liability
crimes that you only have to prove the actus reus
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Omission
failure to act
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Transferred Malice
when the mens rea from an intended victim is transferred to the acual victim
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Crimes where a specific intent is required e.g. intent to kill = murder

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Specific Intent

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foreseeing a risk but carrying on anyway

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what the defendant should predict could happen

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intent to kill or cause GBH (serious harm)

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