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The characteristics of criminal offences
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accused accused's acquitted actus reus alleged arrestable offence assault attempt charged child circumstances Cmnd commit an offence common law conduct consent consequence conspiracy constitute convicted Court of Appeal Court of Criminal Courts Act 1952 Cox C.C. Crim crime Criminal Appeal Criminal Justice Act Criminal Law Crown Court damage death deception decision defence definition Director of Public dishonestly driving drug drunkenness duress evidence example fact false forgery grievous bodily harm guilty of theft held Homicide Act 1957 House of Lords Ibid imprisonment indictment insanity intercourse judge jury kill Law Commission M'Naghten Rules magistrates malice aforethought manslaughter maximum means mental murder negligence obtained omission owner Paras party Person Act 1861 possession proceedings prove provides Public Prosecutions punishable question reasonable recklessness regard Section Sexual Offences Act someone specific intent statement Statutes stealing strict liability Theft Act 1968 tion trial verdict vicarious liability