CRIMINAL LAW. Lecture 2: Liability for omission. Liability for omission. Though it will usually be the case that the accused will have performed some ‘act’ there are certain situations where the accused can be liable for omitting / failing to act There is no general duty to act…
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Lecture 2: Liability for omission
Other blood relations?
Unmarried partners ??
Those who engage in hazardous activities ??
Those who supply drugs to another ??
Where D has created a dangerous situation s/he may be guilty via 2 different routes…