Criminal Law Basics. Dr Peter Jepson. Woolmington v DPP (1935). The Crown must prove - beyond all reasonable doubt - that the defendant has the fulfilled the actus reus , and has the necessary mens rea , for the crime of which he is charged. Actus reus = guilty act
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Dr Peter Jepson
Two elements - BOTH need to be established.