TRANSFERRED MALICE

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  • For some offences the law does not require the mens rea to be intention only it can also be (12)
  • In this case a belt rebounded hitting another person and not the intended target (7)
  • In this case it was held the act of throwing a stone at a crowd could not be trasferred to the offence of criminal damage (9)
  • In this case two young boys could not be found guilty of the damage caused by the fire they had accidentally started because they did not appreciate the risk (1, 1, 1, 3, 7)
  • The doctrine in law that establishes that the mens rea of one offence can be trasferred to the mens rea of another offence of the same type (11, 6)
  • This case set a subjective test for recklessness (10)
  • This is the also known as the "guilty mind" (4, 3)

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