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Law 04 - Definitions of Offences

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Theft s1 Theft Act 1968 AR appropriation property belonging to another MR dishonesty intention to permanently deprive
Burglary 1 s9 (1)(a) Theft Act 1968 AR enters (part of a) building trespasser MR knowledge/recklessness as to his entering as a trespasser intent to commit theft, GBH or criminal damage
Burglary 2 s9 (1)(a) Theft Act 1968 AR enters (part of a) building trespasser AR of theft MR knowledge/recklessness as to his entering as a trespasser MR for theft/GBH
Robbery s8 Theft Act 1968 AR AR of theft Force MR MR of theft intent to use/foresee the risk of force seek to put V in fear
Simple Criminal Damage s1(1) Criminal Damage Act 1971 AR damages/destroys property belonging to another MR intention/recklessness as to destruction/damage Defence without lawful excuse
Aggravated Criminal Damage s1(2) Criminal Damage Act 1971 AR damages/destroys property belonging to another MR intention/recklessness as to destruction/damage intention/recklessness as to endangering life
Arson s1(3) Criminal Damage Act 1971 AR damages/destroys property belonging to another by fire MR intention/recklessness as to destruction/damage by fire intention/recklessness as to endangering life deso
Fraud by FR s2 Fraud Act 2006 AR false representation MR dishonesty knowledge untrue/misleading intent to make gain/cause loss
Obtaining Services Dishonestly s11 Fraud Act 2006 AR act to obtain for himself/another services not paid for in full MR dishonesty knowledge payment was required (intends to) avoid payment
Blackmail s21 Theft Act 1968 AR unwarranted demand with menaces MR intention to make demand w/ menaces intention to make gain/cause loss Defence reasonable grounds and proper means of reinforcing demand
Making Off Without Payment s3 (1) Theft Act 1978 AR goods supplied/services done makes off from the spot fails to pay on the spot MR dishonesty knowledge payment was required intention to avoid payment
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