Theft Act 1968

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    This scenario involves two parties, David and Theresa, in which Theresa is a potential Defendant. She is to be advised regarding two legal issues: whether she has a potential criminal liability for blackmail by threatening David into giving her the money she believes she is owed, and whether Theresa has a potential criminal liability for theft by taking the letter from David’s home. With regards to the issue of potential criminal liability for blackmail by threatening David when demanding the money that she believed she was owed, the relevant statutory law is Section 21 of the Theft Act 1968, which states that the criminal offence of blackmail consists of making an unwarranted demand with menaces, which is the actus reus, with a view to making…

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    Analyse the law on theft, robbery and burglary in a given scenario providing a reasoned conclusion. Referring to the case of Mr Paul Anthony and Mr Simon Jackson, both defendants would be liable to be found guilty on some grounds of the Theft Act (1968): Mr Anthony would most likely be found guilty for burglary under section 9, as burglary falls under a lot more than entering a building and stealing something. It’s definition being ‘he enters a building or part of a building as a trespasser…

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    the oldest sections of the region. White families, conversely, moved to newer homes in the surrounding neighborhoods. In the year 1950, the Federal Housing Association (FHA) had granted over 40,000 mortgages to white households, but only 364 to non-whites. Even though black homeownership increased dramatically, it still lagged far behind white homeownership (Hillier, 29-30). Redlining, at first, seems financially impractical. By engaging in this procedure, businesses deny themselves the…

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    can’t live where they want to based on something they have no say in, like the color of their skin or which country they were born in. To put a permanent end to it, we need to ensure that all people are protected under law from housing discrimination based on race, gender, disability, religion, country of origin, sexual orientation, or any characteristic other than how qualified they are to buy or rent the property. Also, the laws that we have put in place like the Fair Housing Act need to be…

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    developed country in the world. Further, a recent study published in Pediatrics, repotted that one in four children in the US were exposed to gun violence. While both of these numbers indicating that children in the United States are highly exposed to gun violence, it is the effects of this widespread exposure that are the most staggering. Children exposed to gun violence at home, in their communities, and through the media experience negative psychological effects including desensitization…

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    different solutions are suggested to fix this problem. Some suggest that there be greater restrictions on gun ownership and that gun availability should be lessened. However, others are convinced gun control is to blame for all the violence because it prevents citizens from practicing their second amendment right. Gun control in the United States has become a constant debate between those who want to prevent further violence by restricting gun ownership and those who believe these…

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