Flashcards in ARSON - Case Law Deck (3)
R v HARNEY - Recklessness
R v HARNEY
Foresight of dangerous consequences that could well happen together with an intention to continue the course of conduct regardless of the risk.
R v ARCHER - damaged property
R v ARCHER
Property may be damaged if it suffers permanent or temporary physical harm or permanent or temporary impairment of its use or value.
R v HARPUR - proximity
R v HARPUR
The court may have regard to the conduct viewed cumulatively up to the point when the conduct in question stops… the defendants conduct may be considered in its entirety. Considering how much remains to be done… is always relevant, thought not determinative.