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CPR3701 ASSIGNMENT 2 MEMO 2021 SUPER SEMESTER UNISA
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Question 1 Discuss the burden and standard of proof as well as the proof of previous convictions during the course of a bail application. (15) Question 2 An inexperienced prosecutor in the lower court formulates a murder charge as follows: ‘The accused is guilty of a crime in that the accused did intentionally and unlawfully cause the death of a human being’. In terms of section 84(1), and notwithstanding sections 86(1) and 88, is the charge formulated in sufficient detail? (15...

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CPR3701 ASSIGNMENT 1 MEMO 2021 SUPER SEMESTER UNISA
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Question 1 Discuss the jurisdiction in respect of offences, of the following courts: 1 The Supreme Court of Appeal 2 Provincial and local divisions of the High Court 3 The district magistrate’s courts 4 The regional magistrate’s courts (15) Question 2 In the criminal justice system, the prosecution can do what is legally permissible to set criminal proceedings in motion, such as determining the charges and the date and venue of the trial. Discuss the phrase ‘the p...

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CPR3701 ASSIGNMENT 3 MEMO 2021 SUPER SEMESTER UNISA
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Assignment questions Question 1 In general. (a) A trial may take place in the absence of the accused where he/she waives his/her right to attend. (b) The verdict and sentence must, notwithstanding (a) above, be handed down in the presence of the accused or his/her duly authorised representative. (c) The right to be present can be limited in certain circumstances. [1] None of the statements is correct. [2] All of the statements are correct. [3] Only statement (a) is correct. [4]...

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CPR3701 - Second semester ASS 1,2,3 memo.
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CPR3701 - Second semester ASS 1,2,3 memo. ASSIGNMENT 1: 2ND SEMESTER MEMO Question 1: (1)  Substantive law comprises of a body of law determining the rights and duties of individuals and the state which the courts are established to administer.  Substantive criminal law, for instance, determines the prerequisites for criminal liability (like unlawfulness, fault) and prescribes the elements of various specific crimes (like theft, fraud or murder).  It also attaches a sanction to...

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