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Homework Question - Criminal Law Causation Tests

Discussion in 'Australian Law School Homework Questions' started by Eme, 8 August 2015.

  1. Eme

    Eme Member

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    Should there be one test for legal causation in the criminal law? if so articulate both what the test should be as well as underlying its rationale
     
  2. Tim W

    Tim W Lawyer

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    Rather than post the question, and wait for us to write your entire answer
    (which would be unethical on our part, and academic misconduct on yours),
    if you would care to post what you have got so far, we may be in a position to assist.
     
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  3. melll92

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    this IS academic misconduct as it is not a homework question at all, but an assignment question from Deakin Uni!
     
  4. Rod

    Rod Well-Known Member

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    Tsk tsk. 'tis a small world Eme. Do not cross to the dark side!

    Read OG again from MLL110 for the underlying principles.
     

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