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CRW2601 EXAM PACK QUESTION PAPERS AND SOLUTIONS G.R. Tutorials Criminal law CRW 2601 Question 1 Answer the following question by choosing the correct answer a) According to the absolute theory, punishment is an end in itself, while according to the relative theories, punishment is a means to a secondary end. b) The effectiveness of the theory of general deterrence depends only on the severity of the punishment that is imposed on an offender. c) The “triad in Zinn” (the cr...

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CRW2601 Exam Questions and Answers November 2015 Section A Question 1 1.1 (a) The four requirements of criminal liability are the following conduct (act or omission), compliance with the definitional elements of the offence, unlawfulness and culpability. (b) In terms of the ius acceptum principle a court may only find a person guilty of an offence if the kind of act performed is recognized as a crime at the time of its commission. (c) The ius praevium principle requires that a court ma...

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Introductory Topics Criminal Liability General For a person to be convicted, the following requirements must be satisfied: 1. Their conduct must be recognised in our law as a crime a. Principle of Legality b. Not regarded as an element of a crime The 4 elements of criminal liability 1. Act or conduct 2. Compliance with the definitional elements of the crime 3. Unlawfulness 4. Culpability Act or Conduct (By conduct we mean and act or omission) Was there conduct on the part of X (the...

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