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2019- Flowchart of how to prove charges

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LAWS1021 Fill in the Blank Problem Question Notes (High Distinction)

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LAWS1021 Concise DISTINCTION (80) Final Exam Cheat Sheets

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CCP (LAW 1021 JURD 7121) HD Final Exam Notes

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Complete Readings Crime and the Criminal Process Notes + Flowcharts (LAWS1021)

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Problem Question Exam Notes

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amazing course, good balance of the theory and the substantive law part (to be used for the problem questions and final exam, although there are many readings and theories to grapple with so my advice would be to definitely criticise the law and its potential failings, but overall the course is really enjoyable and super topical and relatable in our society today

Anonymous, Term 1, 2020

This is a really important subject in law. Content can be complex so you should try to stay on top of your readings for this one.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The content of this course is generally fantastic, but can feel a little overwhelming at times - particularly at the end of the course where most of the substantive law is taught. I feel like experiences with this course might vary if you don't have a great tutor (though mine was great). On the whole though, all of the substantive law, and much of the theory, is incredibly relevant to criminal law practice. The majority of criminal matters will never see a District or Supreme Court, and so the approach that UNSW has taken with this course with it's focus on lower courts is a great counterpoint to the traditional 'founding principles of criminal law' approach. I feel UNSW's criminal law education is actually the best in NSW, and I think this course, as long as you dig into it, is a major reason for that.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Personally not my favourite.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Disorganised course, with a lot of theoretical content in the first two thirds of the semester that is barely applied in the test. Court report assessment was basically hidden on moodle and we were only told much later in the semester. I'd recommend starting the court report straight away, as I did publaw in the same semester and mid term assessments for them both were due the same week. I'd also recommend focusing on the actual content based parts of the course that's covered in basically the last three weeks (like police powers, bail, drugs, public order offences), as the problem question is worth twice as much as the theory part, at least in 2016. On the plus side, 10% CP is a lifesaver.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016