Criminal Law

Criminal damage

This lecture presentation considers the offences of simple damage and aggravated damage contrary to s1(1) and s1(2) of the Criminal Damage Act 1971

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Defences – webinar 2021

In this live webinar recording conducted in April 2021 criminal law defences are compared and contrasted.

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Failure of proof ‘defences’

This lecture presentation explains how to apply the failure of proof defences to problems raising questions of liability for the non fatal offences.

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Fatal and non fatal offences – webinar 2021

This is a recording of a webinar conducted in May 2021.

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Non fatal offences – answering questions

This presentation provides guidance to answering questions on non fatal offences.

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Non fatal offences – causing or inflicting psychiatric injury

This recording demonstrates how to answer a problem question concerning liability for inflicting or causing psychiatric injury

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Non fatal offences – the issues

This is a recording of a webinar covering a wide range of examinable issues related to the non fatal offences.

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Non fatal offences: infliction of HIV Q&A

This lecture presentation considers a question raising liability for a non fatal offence where D infects V with HIV

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Property Offences Q&A

This lecture presentation considers a number of problem questions raising a variety of issues involving liability for property offences.

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Homicide: Loss of control

In this lecture the partial defence to murder of loss of control in s54 of the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 is considered in detail.

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Homicide quiz 1

12 multiple choice questions about homicide. Test your knowledge…

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Attempt

In this audio presentation liability for attempt contrary to s1(1) of the Criminal Attempts Act 1981 is examined.

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Fraud Act 2006

In this series of five lectures the offences of fraud and obtaining services dishonestly are considered.

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Theft

In this series of lessons each of the five elements of theft are considered in detail.

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Introduction to Criminal Law

This audio presentation covers a number of important introductory issues necessary for a good understanding of Criminal Law.

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Self-defence and prevention of crime

This set of audio presentations consists of six separate ‘lessons’ covering the law relating to self-defence and prevention of crime.

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Rape

This lecture presentation considers the offence of rape contrary to s1(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.

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Automatism and insanity

This lecture presentation covers automatism and insanity in depth.

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Non fatal offences.

This lecture presentation covers assault, battery and offences contrary to section 47, section 20 and section 18 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.

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Burglary

This lecture with powerpoint presentation covers the offences of burglary contrary to s9(1) of the Theft Act 1968 and aggravated burglary contrary to s10.

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Homicide

This covers, in detail, the law relating to murder and involuntary manslaughter.

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