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1. What does Section 41 of the Criminal Justice Act 1926 make illegal?

  • It is illegal to take any photograph or use a recording device, or sketch anyone who has been a victim of sexual assult.
  • It is illegal to take any photograph or use a recording device, or make any sketch in a court or its environs (or publish any such picture)
  • It is illegal to draw anyone who has been arrested at any time.
  • It is illegal to take any photograph or use a recording device near anyone who is awaiting trial.
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2. What law restricts magistrates reportings?

  • Section 8 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1988
  • Section 52A of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998
  • Section 50A of the Crime and Disorder Act 1988
  • Section 1 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1905

3. What is robbery?

  • Theft with force or threat of force that would put a reasonable person in fear.
  • Theft from a shop.
  • Theft of any kind.
  • Theft from someones house.

4. What does remand on bail mean?

  • When someone is awaiting trial and has to keep to certain conditions but can be at home.
  • When someone is awaiting trial and is allowed to pay to be 'free'
  • When someone is awaiting trial and is kept in prison.
  • When someone is arrested and let go for a day before more questioning

5. What is malicious falsehood?

  • Saying something that is true but could be seen as malicious.
  • Saying something defamatory about a person.
  • Saying something that is not defamatory, but is not true either and could cause commercial harm
  • Saying something horrible about a person to their friends.

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