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Semester 2, 2016


Criminal Law Detailed Notes

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Description

These notes are in great detail and cover every topic within Criminal Law. Included are content information, definitions and case studies to help achieve those extra marks.
Also! A case summary list is included at the end to help as a guide in the exam.
Topics include:
Non-fatal offences against the person:
Offences of which assault is an element (Ch 30) – use or threat of force:
Assault
Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm
Serious Assault
Offences endangering life or health (Ch 29) – infliction of injury:
Grievous Bodily Harm
Unlawful Wounding
Torture
Offences with specific intent:
Disabling to commit
Stupefying to commit
Unlawful drink spiking
Intentional GBH & other malicious acts
Criminal negligence:
Negligence causing Bodily Harm
Sexual offences: Non-consensual sexual offences:
Rape
Attempted rape
Assault with intent to commit rape
Sexual Assault Offences where consent is immaterial:
Unlawful sodomy
Indecent treatment of children under
Unlawful carnal knowledge with or of children under
Using internet etc to procure children under
Incest Bestiality
Domestic Violence
Stalking
Observations or recordings in breach of privacy
Distributing prohibited visual recordings
Property offences:
Dishonesty or unlawful possession:
Stealing
Regulatory Offences
i.e. Shoplifting, leaving without paying, damage to property
Fraud
Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle
Receiving Stolen Property
Possession obtained by threat or force:
Extortion
Robbery
Burglary
Entering with intent (burglary of business premises)
Intent to defraud:
Forgery & Uttering
Personation
Damage or destruction of property:
Arson
Wilful Damage
Computer offences:
Identity Theft
Computer Hacking
Motor vehicle offences:
Drink / Drug Driving
Failure to Provide Breath/Saliva/Blood
Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle
Careless Driving
Drug offences:
Possession (drugs)
Permitting Use of Place (drugs)
Trafficking in dangerous drugs
Supplying dangerous drugs
Producing dangerous drugs
Possessing things (drugs)
Possessing suspected property (drugs)
Possession of a prohibited combination of items (drugs)

Author

Mary

Campus

WSU, Parramatta

Member since

February 2016