This audio presentation covers a number of important introductory issues including: sources of offences; the roles of judge and jury; the appeal process; the burden of proof; analysis of offences; elements of offences – actus reus and mens rea; strict liability.
Length of recording: 31 minutes (approx)
Lecturer: Norman Baird
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