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Direct Effect, Indirect Effect and State Liability
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This is an answer to a problem question regarding direct effect, indirect effect and state liability within EU Law. This question looks at whether a worker is able to claim for compensation under EU Law. This answer achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this piece of work, however, it is a strong answer which will help you to understand the subject.

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Unfair Contract Terms
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This is an answer to a problem question that considers the Unfair Contract Terms Act. The problem question focuses on the faulty sale of a surfboard to a professional surfer and whether the surfer has any claim to damages in respect to his normal earnings, sponsorship deal and whether the contract terms are unfair in various circumstances, eg. colourblindness. This answer achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are very minor errors in this answer, however, it is a strong answer which will help you to...

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Criminal Evidence Bundle
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This bundle contains two essays, one on the right to silence and one on the cross examination of complainants in sexual offence cases, and two problem question answers, one on confession evidence and one on witness competence and compellability. Each of these answers achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some very minor errors in these answers

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Confession Evidence
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This is a problem question that looks at how a defendant's confession may be admitted as evidence in trial. This problem question specifically looks at a defendant charged with murder, who confesses to the crime twice under two different circumstances. This answer achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this work, however, it is a solid piece of work which will help you to understand the topic.

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Cross Examination of Complainants in Sexual Offence Cases
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This is an essay that looks at the ability to cross examine a complainant in sexual offence cases. This essay looks at the history of cross examination in sexual offence cases and argues whether Section 41 of the YJCEA places an unreasonable restriction on the defence and how R v A has impacted s41. This essay achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this work, however, it is a solid piece of work which will help you to understand the topic.

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Right to Silence Prior to Trial
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This is an essay question which looks at the defendant's right to silence prior to trial and when adverse inferences may be made. This work explored the history of the right to silence and whether the decision in R v Howell was sensible and principled. This essay achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this work, however, it is a solid piece of work which will help you to understand the topic.

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Witness Competence and Compellability
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This is a problem question which looks at the competence and compellability of various witnesses in a criminal trial. Witnesses include spouses, children and previous inconsistent statements. This piece of work is around 1600 words and achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this work, however, it is a solid piece of work which will help you to understand the topic.

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