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    raw marks

    your right should have been "equality" mine was "right to freedom" - Slavery etc
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    heres rationale for just robbery Completing a crime is usually needed before you're charged and possibly convicted. Back out before finishing, and you can't be found guilty. However, did you know certain acts done in preparing for a crime can be crimes themselves? These are called inchoate...
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    no if dale robbed the bank THEN drove away he would be charged with both alex DID NOT rob the bank and hence would not be charged under property i did white collar (fuck me) but yeah its defo driving
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    also going by ur logic the charge comes before the committal proceeding so its either empanelment or charge
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    the trick here was the "criminal TRIAL process" the trial starts off with jury empanelment the committal proceeding initiates the trial process (but is not the first step WITHIN it) its ridiculous imo + regardless of ur reasoning, i pulled that from the textbook
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    also alex committed a DRIVING offence (not property) "If a motor vehicle is used to assist in the commission of an offence, the court sentencing the offender has the power to disqualify the person from holding or obtaining a driver's licence, either for a specified period or until further...
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    OMG LMAO the answer is actually jury empanelment fuck me "it is appropriate to consider jury selection as the first step in a criminal trial"
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    ill check my tbook
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    dale will only be charged with robbery alex would be charged with conspiracy pretty certain
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    whats the answer to the first step in the criminal trial process
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    education is not protected in the constitution clearly remember my teacher saying
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    some of urs are wrong
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    GetUp! demands apology for senator's Nazi youth slur

    Re: GetUp! demands apology for senator's Nazi youth slur Read more: http://www.smh.c well, look at u
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    you are only charged with robbery or conspiracy conspiracy is preliminary crime if they are stopped short of the acting out the crime, then thats what they would be charged with if they act it out, they would be charged with robbery only
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    Section II - Core: Crime and Human Rights

    i did the childs right to safety (and freedom) - Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Childs (sex tourism) amendment act, xyz v. commonwealth etc again rehashed for the next part on slavery and human trafficking Crime Short answer: Mainly young offenders (ie. doli incapax, age of...
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    no the answers judge
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    "The process of a criminal trial starts when an individual is arrested, or charges are filed for a warrant." so its going to be two answers by the looks of things b and d
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    i dont think 10 is right im pretty sure they have to be charged 1st everything else is correct looking at 18-19/20
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