Flashcards in Art and Part Liability Deck (8)
what is the definition of art and part liability explained in Jones v Taggart?
"When two or more people engage together in committing a crime, each actor is equally guilty of the whole crime irrespective of the particular role played by each individual"
what is the criminal liability in art and part?
if parties had common plan each would be responsible for all acts, if not only liable for own actions
what is classed as 'participation'
assistance prior to crime
give an example of a case where accused was guilty of watching
HMA v Kerr, verdict to proven
give an example of a case where accused was guilty of omissions
Bonar and Hogg v Mcleod 1938
give an example of a crime where accused was on trial for assitance prior to crime
HMA v Johnstone and Stewart
what was the case of HMA v Lappen 1956?
was a case were several persons were charged with the crime of assault and robbery whilst acting along with another