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Law on Provocation - Introduction to Criminal Law - Past Exam

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Post: December 10th, 2012
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Law on Provocation, Defence to Criminal Charge, Highly Technical Crime, Jury Consideration, Plea of Alibi, Substantially Probable, Appeal on Ground, Mental Element in Murder. This past exam is for Introduction to Criminal Law course.
Law on Provocation, Defence to Criminal Charge, Highly Technical Crime, Jury Consideration, Plea of Alibi, Substantially Probable, Appeal on Ground, Mental Element in Murder. This past exam is for Introduction to Criminal Law course.
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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES EXAMINATIONS OF APRIL/MAY 2006 1 CODE AND NAME OF COURSE: LAW1120 (LA11B) - CRIMINAL LAW II DATE AND TIME: DURATION: 2 HOURS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES: This paper has 2 pages and 6 questions. Answer any THREE (3) questions. Answers may be confined to the law of any jurisdiction in the Commonwealth Caribbean unless the context indicates otherwise. 1. At his trial for murder, Gregory pleaded an alibi. Evidence led by the prosecution, however, suggested that, prior to the killing, Gregory was verbally provoked by his victim. The trial judge, Lost J, directed the jury as follows:"You must be satisfied that Gregory did something unlawful to someone, the deceased, with an intention to kill him or cause him serious harm. Now you may infer this intention if you believe that Gregory knew very well, as any reasonable man would, that it was substantially probable or morally certain that either of these things might follow what he did. This is what the lawye..

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