Riminsal Law discuss the full range of offences under the OAPA 1861 in your answer
Criminal Law 1
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Criminal law 1
Semester 1 2008-2009
NB You must attach the last piece of work to this when you hand it in we will be checking to make sure that you have taken our comments on board.
Sally had received numerous phone calls from Dave after they split up. Sometimes the phone calls were silent and sometimes Dave would threaten her . Sally suffered anxiety and depression as a result and her GP suggested that she see a therapist to help her to relax.
The therapist, Boris, explained that he was doing pioneeering research into foot massage and hypnotherapy and part of this involved Sally being hypnotised to relax her. Although she felt a little uneasy, she agreed. However she woke up and found Boris kissing her toes. She later found out that he had been suspended from practising as a therapist following complaints by other women . She suffered sleepnessness and panic attacks after this and was diagnosed with reactive depression. She told her brother, Ian, who saw Boris in the local pub and threw his beer glass into Boriss face. The glass broke and Boris lost the sight in one eye as a result. Explain what non fatal offences may have been committed here.
You must discuss the full range of offences under the OAPA 1861 in your answer.
Janet Loveless,Criminal Law Text,Cases and Materiales,Oxford University Press 2008
Smith and Hogan Criminal Law 12th Edition Oxford university Press 2008. Jacqueline Martin Tony Storey Unlocking Criminal Law 2nd Edition 2007
Michael T Molan Criminal Law Third Edition Old Bailey Press 2004 Please use all the relevant sources appropriate, however you know more than I do. Please note I have not failed this, it is just that I was not hapy with my grade, and have asked to do a resit so I am aiming for an A16 or higher this time, as I got a C8 which would not take me into a first. thank you