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R v Feely test for dishonesty

'ordinary, decent people'

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What is s.2(1)(a) based on under old law?

Colour of right defence

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what is s.2(1)(c) based on under old law?

Finder's defence

4

What is a huge disadvantage of the Ghosh test?

Means D can get off by saying 'but I thought everyone did it'

5

What did MPs try to claim under the Ghosh test?

'Office culture' of lying on expenses form

6

What shows the popularity of the Ghosh test among judges?

Element of common law offence of conspiracy to defraud due to popularity with judges despite issues

7

What is the legal principle that Ghosh undermines?

Article 6 ECHR and RoL

8

In what two cases was the joint enterprise and fundamental difference rule so confusing that written guidance and flow charts were needed?

Fury and Badza

9

What did Simester and Sullivan argue about JE's relationship with aiding, abetting and counselling?

Completely not connected - JE requires a common purpose, requiring D to foresee rather than just encourage/help Crime B

10

Michael Moore on derivative liability?

Fundamentally at odds with the idea that criminal liability is based on personal responsibility

11

Why would subjectivists object to complicity?

Relies on moral luck - D should be liable for what they have planned to help, regardless of what P does

12

What case did Powell and English overrule?

R v Chang Wing-Siu

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How did Powell and English overrule Chang Wing-Siu?

Said that there is a JE regardless of if the action is authorised or not

14

When does the fundamental difference rule not apply (due to D's acts)?

If D sees the new weapon and continues (R v Uddin)

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R v Uddin

Cannot use fundamental difference rule if D sees the new weapon and continues

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Who do S&S think would have supported abolition of insanity?

Thomas Szasz

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Why would Szasz perhaps have supported the abolition of insanity?

Termed mental illness a convenient myth exploited by the 'ill'

18

What did Norval Morris say of insanity?

If mental condition precludes MR, unqualified acquittal; if dangerous, then civil commitment (Mental Health Act and if MR, then convict and take disorder into account afterwards

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Who suggests an alternative to insanity defence?

Norval Morris - making use of civil commitment

20

Under what Act do medical witnesses support disease of mind for insanity?

Criminal Procedures (Insanity and Unfit to P...) Act

21

What is the evidence under the CP(I and UtP)A for insanity?

From medical witnesses on LEGAL guidelines for insanity

22

What did Sutherland and Gearty highlight about Article 5 ECHR about insanity?

Evidence under the CP(I and UtP)A is not sufficient for 'objective medical expertise' as they follow legal, not medical, guidelines

23

Who showed insanity defence does not always match Article 5 ECHR?

Sutherland and Gearty

24

Why is the burden of proof on the defendant for DR and insanity?

Presumption of sanity

25

What case under DR confirmed that ICD 10 and DSM are not conclusive for DR recognised medical condition?

R v Dowds

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Under what law was Dietschemann decided?

Old law of diminished responsibility

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What would Dietschemann now need to decide under new law of DR?

That grief was a causal factor

28

What did the Law Com No.304 suggest about DR?

Provision for developmental immaturity of D

29

Why did the government reject the suggestions in Law Com No.304?

Ministry of Justice thought that conditions like autism etc were covered already under recognised mental condition

30

What section did Law Com No.304 recommend on?

DR

31

Under what Schedule of the CJA are the minimum periods for murder covered?

Schedule 21

32

Why couldn't UAMS be used in R v Dobinson?

Neglect (R v Lowe)

33

Who argued that preoccupation should not defeat recklessness unless recklessness is inappropriate anyway?

Williams (bike idea)

34

What did Gardner argue about imminence and threats for assault, agreeing with Horder?

They are unnecessary requirements to the essential wrong of causing harm

35

What two academics argued that the imminence requirement of assault is unnecessary?

Gardner and Horder

36

How has Ashworth's criticism in 'Criminal Liability in a Medical Context' partly been implemented?

Said doctors should have a defence as socially justified (e.g. contraception to under 16s) - now in s.73 SOA

37

What kind of question is the issue of whether D failed or did something in breach of his duty under GNMS?

Factual - left to the jury

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Who argued that derivative liability is fundamentally at odds with the foundation of criminal law - personal responsibility?

Michael Moore