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Don’t mix up principles. E.g. attributed act and delegation principle Focus approach, stick to your argument Don’t try to impress the marker with EVERYTHING you learnt in criminal law Outline your answer, then write it. Be precise. E.g. don’t use 25 words for sth that can be used by only 5 words. Gammon test: Truly criminal Moral, public policy Greater compliance? Bryan vicarious liability - NOT delegation principle - If strict liability, then attributed act - Even if it wasn’t a strict liability, there’s no delegation principle (in the kitchen, not complete) - You don’t need to mention delegation in this question, or simply say there is two principles: delegation and attributed but delegation is not applicable here. - Prosecution may argue that it is referable back to Bryan - Joshua was not on duty of the pub as he was motivated by the bribe - While tips to pocket but money of the drink to the casher, this is referable - Bryan may raise due diligence, instructed Joshua -
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  • Fall '15
  • Law, criminal law, Bryan, delegation principle

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