NecessityDuress of Circumstances or Moral Involuntariness?
|Nifer y tudalennau||28|
|Cyfnodolyn||Common Law World Review|
|Rhif y cyfnodolyn||1|
|Dangosyddion eitem ddigidol (DOIs)|
|Statws||Cyhoeddwyd - Maw 2014|
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While the Canadian Supreme Court has accepted necessity as an excuse on the basis of moral involuntariness, English and Welsh courts have adopted a different route by incorporating excusatory necessity into duress of circumstances. The objective element of this defence prevents the defendant's characteristics from being taken into account, and assumes a level of courage. In a defence where the fear emotion is the prevalent feature, this paper questions whether judges in England and Wales have taken the wrong path by implementing a necessity defence as a form of duress
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- Necessity: Duress of Circumstances or Moral Involuntariness?
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