Unnecessary Causation.

The causation question and the suggested answer At common law the question of causation is fundamental. But, as is often acknowledged, the basic question of causation is not a question of law: it is commonly described, in a misleading expression, as ‘causation in fact’. The true causal question is not actually one of fact. It Read More …

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Criminal proceedings 101 ~ from beginning to end

1. Arrest​: ​Valid arrests must be based on ​probable cause.​ A reasonable belief that a certain set of facts which rises to the level of a threat to life or property are true. Must be based entered into the court record via sworn statement. ​(REMEMBER – no sworn statement of probable cause, even in a Read More …

Western Australia Criminal Code Act 1902

Western Australia Criminal Code Act Compilation Act 1913   3.            Savings for things done under repealed Acts      (1)     All offices, appointments, regulations, rules, convictions, sentences, judgments, orders, registers, records, certificates, and instruments, and generally all acts of authority, which originated or were operative or subsisting under any enactment repealed by this Act and hereby Read More …