Riminal Law (Retake) as the first was marked at an E4(Please comment on order 78186460)

Stan and Oliver were on their way back from a football match and saw Helen wearing what they thought was a rival supporter s scarf. Stan picked up a broken bottle and threw it at her . It cut her face badly and she needed several stitches as a result. He said that he only intended to frighten her when the police questioned him. After the match the following week, when again their team lost, Oliver was so angry that he loosened one of the wheels of the team Coach s car. As a result, the car went out of control and crashed into another car. Several people were badly injured.

1.Explain what non fatal offences may have been committed here.

1.Explain briefly how would your answer differ if the Coach had been killed as a result of the accident.
Oxford Referencing. Please ensure that the books or internet sources used in this assingment are not more than a year old.
1) Any quotations from both published and unpublished sources must be properly acknowledged with quotation marks, references or appropriate citation.
2) Bibliography must be included in correct form
3) Consider whether the harm done is gbh or a wound. If yes then the choice is between s.18 and s.20 OAPA 1861
4) Ss. 18 and s.20 are distinguished by the mens rea so is there evidence of the MR required in s.18?
If not, opt for s.20
5) if the harm is less than gbh/wound, and amounts to abh, then choose s.47 OAPA.
6) If s.47, is chosen you will first need to establish assault and/or battery, so do define assault/battery and the AR and MR.
7) If there is no harm, then it is either assault or battery or both, s.39 CJA 1988.
8) in the first sentence make it clear who is being charged with what in respect of which harm.
9) Start with the most serious offence you have chosen.
10) Define the offence.
11) Identify the issues. With each one: State the law; -Explain it via case ananlysis; Apply what you have said to the facts.
12) Do this with each offence you have chosen, making clear who is charged in respect of which harm.
13) Case analysis is essential. Omit facts and concentrate on principles and reasoning.
14) Do not say see the case of X you must show why it is relevant and that you understand it.
15) Finally, consider the defence of consent briefly. State its principle; will it apply here?
16) If the coach had died consider whether this could constitute manslaughter. Is murder likely on the facts?