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MENS REA

The mental state required for a crime
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Sandra Jordan

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of MENS REA

Negligence
D should have been aware of
a substantial and unjustifiable risk

This is purely objective

Penalty is reduced
Regina v. Faulkner
What was his intent?
What does "maliciously" mean?
Jackowski
Facts/holding?
What does intent really mean?
Ducker - 9 hours!
Facts/Holding
What does knowing mean?
page 75-76 - culpability
conduct
circumstances
result
Flores-Figueroa
Facts/Holding?
Where does "knowing" apply?
Statutory construction, p. 83
Difference between recklessness
and negligence?
State of mind
Aware and disregard
"Bump it!"
Not aware; should have been
Strict Liability
No mens rea required
What types of crimes?
Staples, p. 87
Morissette, p. 101

Intoxicated and Drugged
Atkins, p. 104
Hatcher, p. 111
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