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2. Which case decided that for s20 to have been committed, there must be a wound and that internal bleeding is not sufficient?

  • Parmenter
  • JCC v Eisenhower
  • Roberts

3. What is the main difference between s20 and s18

  • For s20 is ABH, s18 is GBH
  • Recklessness is not sufficient for s18
  • There has to be a wound for s18

4. In which statute are assault and battery outlined?

  • None - they are common law offences
  • Offences against the Person Act 1861
  • Criminal Justice Act 1988

5. What is the definition of assault?

  • Intentionally or recklessly causing the victim to apprehend immediate and unlawful violence
  • Intentionally or recklessly applying unlawful force on another
  • An assault occasioning actual bodily harm


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