Definition of Murder
AR of murder
MR of murder
The two types of intention
How do you identify oblique intention:
What is causation and when is it applied?
What does the thin skull rule dictate and in what case was this applied?
Can the acts of a third party break the chain of causation?
Does medical treatment break the chain of causation?
What are absolute liability offences and give an example of a case?
Why do strict liability offences exist? (what are the benefits of them)
What is an omission and is there a criminal liability for an omission?
What are the six exceptions to the general rule for an omission?
Give a case for special relationships in relation to omissions
Case for Voluntary assumption of responsibility and legal principle
Case and legal principle for Contractual duty
Case and legal principle for Public office (Public duty)
Case for and legal principle for Creation of a dangerous situation
When can there be criminal liability for an omission in Statutory exceptions?
How do you apply the but for test? (factual causation)
How do you apply the de minimis test? (Legal Causation)
What do you ask during the novus actus interveniens stage?
Can the acts of the victim break the chain of causation?
What is direct intention?
Which type of recklessness is used currently in the UK?
What is the Cunningham recklessness test?
Must the actus reus and mens rea coincide?
What is transferred malice?
What are strict liability offences?
What are the two main types of homicide?
Which case defined what grievous means and what does it mean?