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LG2004 Criminal Law Notes

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Introductory study notes for Criminal Law (first year LLB / GELLB). Lectures 1 – 4 covered the foundations of criminal law including Acts Reus, Mens Rea, Causation, Continuing Acts, & Strict Liability. There are also detailed timelines for the development of Oblique Intention & the Law of Recklessness. This student achieved a high 2:1 in the GELLB course of 2016/17; they also used these notes to tutor 4 other classmates who also did very well.

Lectures 5 – 7 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering the various topics under Homicide — Murder, Manslaughter, Diminished Responsibility & Loss of Control.

Lecture 8 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Non-Fatal Offences Against The Person including GBH and ABH. Additionally, these study notes provide a good formula for approaching NFOAP problem exam questions.

Lectures 9 and 10 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Sexual Offences including Rape, Assault by Penetration, Rape of a Child under 13, Sexual Assault, and Causing Sexual Activity without Consent. Included is a mind map showing the layering of offences and details around the trouble with consent in this area of law.

Lectures 11 and 12 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Inchoate Offences such as Attempted and Conspiracy.

Lecture 13 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Accomplice Liability and Joint Enterprise.

Lectures 14 – 16 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering both Fraudulent and Non-Fraudulent Property Offences like Robbery, Theft, and Burglary along with basic Fraud and Obtaining Services Dishonestly.

The final lectures of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering defences to all offences discussed in the course including specialized defences for Murder, Insanity, and Intoxication.

This package provides building blocks for an exam essay around Conspiracy and the issues of foresight/intention surrounding it. While the sample question enclosed focuses on the historical development of R v Jogee and the issue of foresight as intention, this outline provides building blocks and key ideas, academics, and case quotes to use flexibly in an exam essay situation.

This package provides building blocks for an exam essay around the issue of Insanity vs Automatism as a defence to crimes induced by medical conditions (particularly diabetes). This outline provides building blocks and key ideas, academics, and case quotes to use flexibly in an exam essay situation.

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Introductory study notes for Criminal Law (first year LLB / GELLB). Lectures 1 – 4 covered the foundations of criminal law including Acts Reus, Mens Rea, Causation, Continuing Acts, & Strict Liability. There are also detailed timelines for the development of Oblique Intention & the Law of Recklessness. This student achieved a high 2:1 in the GELLB course of 2016/17; they also used these notes to tutor 4 other classmates who also did very well.

Lectures 5 – 7 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering the various topics under Homicide — Murder, Manslaughter, Diminished Responsibility & Loss of Control.

Lecture 8 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Non-Fatal Offences Against The Person including GBH and ABH. Additionally, these study notes provide a good formula for approaching NFOAP problem exam questions.

Lectures 9 and 10 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Sexual Offences including Rape, Assault by Penetration, Rape of a Child under 13, Sexual Assault, and Causing Sexual Activity without Consent. Included is a mind map showing the layering of offences and details around the trouble with consent in this area of law.

Lectures 11 and 12 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Inchoate Offences such as Attempted and Conspiracy.

Lecture 13 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering Accomplice Liability and Joint Enterprise.

Lectures 14 – 16 of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering both Fraudulent and Non-Fraudulent Property Offences like Robbery, Theft, and Burglary along with basic Fraud and Obtaining Services Dishonestly.

The final lectures of Criminal Law (LLB / GELLB) covering defences to all offences discussed in the course including specialized defences for Murder, Insanity, and Intoxication.

This package provides building blocks for an exam essay around Conspiracy and the issues of foresight/intention surrounding it. While the sample question enclosed focuses on the historical development of R v Jogee and the issue of foresight as intention, this outline provides building blocks and key ideas, academics, and case quotes to use flexibly in an exam essay situation.

This package provides building blocks for an exam essay around the issue of Insanity vs Automatism as a defence to crimes induced by medical conditions (particularly diabetes). This outline provides building blocks and key ideas, academics, and case quotes to use flexibly in an exam essay situation.

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