Robbery AO1 - Quiz

  • Created by: Amy Leech
  • Created on: 24-03-13 15:56
Robbery is an offence under
s.8 of the Theft Act 1968
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There must be a completed
theft in order for robbery to be charged
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Which case demonstrated that theft must be completed or robbery cannot be charged
Robinson
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Corcoran v Anderton decided that
if force used during theft, the robbery is complete at the moment of the theft
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Is putting someone 'in fear' of force sufficient for robbery?
yes
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The case of B and R v DDP held
The victim does not need to frightened by threat of force
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Does the person threatened need to be the person whom the theft occurs
No
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Two questions arise because immediacy of force has not been decided by the courts, these are
how 'immediate' does the force have to be? what if force is applied after the theft?
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In the case of Hale
Appropriation was deemed a continuing act in order to make the force applicable
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Which case decided that force used must be used in order to steal?
Lockley
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The mens rea of robbery is the same as
theft
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