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Criminal Law and Procedure Main Revision Guide

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CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCESS A EXAM NOTES

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Criminal Law and Procedure Case Notes

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LLB130 - Criminal Law Notes

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Reviews

Course structure is a bit all over the shop, but an essential unit. Read the statute carefully and understand the hidden concepts to ace this unit - focus on burden of proof and standard of proof in every question you answer!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016