Includes omissions causation and general AS principles such as transferred malice, coincidence of actus reus and mens rea ect. 

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: evie_995
  • Created on: 16-01-14 21:53

1. Which of the following is not required to satisfy causation?

  • There was no intervening act
  • Intention to cause the end result.
  • The legal cause
  • The Factual cause
1 of 19

Other questions in this quiz

2. Name the case of transferred malice.

  • White (1910)
  • Mitchell (1983)
  • Thabo Meli v R

3. What do you need to prove Legal Causation?

  • The defendant's conduct was more than a 'minimal' cause of the consequence.
  • The consequence would not have happened 'but for' the defendant's conduct.
  • The defendant did not intentionally cause the end result.

4. When is an omission sufficient for the actus reus?

  • When you feel morally obliged to.
  • When there is a duty to act.
  • When someone is in danger.

5. Which case shows factual causation?

  • White (1910)
  • Blaue (1975)
  • Williams (1992)


No comments have yet been made

Similar Law resources:

See all Law resources »See all Criminal law resources »