Robbery

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What is the defintion of Robbery?
Stealing using force on any person or seeks to put them in fear
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What section of the Theft Act is Robbery in?
Section 8
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What is the Actus Reus of Robbery?
Steals immediately before or at the time of doing so uses force on any person or seeks to put them in fear
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What is the ratio of the case Robinson (1977)?
The CoA quashed the conviction as he did not steal the £5
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What is the ratio of the case Corcoran v Anderton?
QBD upheld the conviction saying that an appropriation did not require either D to have sole control of the handbag
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What is the ratio of the case Hale?
Appropriation is a continuous Act
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What is the ratio of the case Dawson v Johnson?
Force was an ordinary word and is to be determined by the jury
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What is the ratio of the case Clouden?
CoA upheld that applying force to the bag is the same as applying force to the women
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What is the mens rea of Robbery?
S2 Dishonestly AND s6 intention to permanently deprive another of it.
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What is the Maximum sentence for Robbery?
Life imprisonment
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