The Criminal Attempts Act 1981

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3Task 1(a).................................................................................................................................3Task1(b)..................................................................................................................................4Task1(c)..................................................................................................................................4Task1(d)..................................................................................................................................5Task2 (a).................................................................................................................................5Task2(b)..................................................................................................................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFRENCES:..................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONUnited Kingdom's jurisprudence has a powerful tool for judiciary. There should beflexible law and it is required to make changes in the rules. The Criminal Attempts Act 1981apply to the benefit of people and gives guidelines to make certainty in law. There is need toimprove the legal system which improves any deficiencies in the system. It reforms the statue ofa country and punishes for the offences committed by the persons. Many situations give an ideaabout criminal offence and the intention of the parties. Jury gives their decision according to thelaw and punishes other person who committed offence.Task 1(a)According to the Criminal Attempts Act 1981, if there are many offences committed by aperson then he is liable for the punishment imposed by the court. Section1 stated that if anyperson has the intention to commit an offence then he is liable for the crime. InR. v. Gullefer[1990] 1 WLR 1063, the Court of Appeal stated that the CCA 1981 court stated that thepreparation of actions of defendant clears that there was a crime and attempted by him. If theevidence of the case is available so it will be decided by the Jury otherwise case will bewithdrawn. The facts of the case always depends upon the facts and question of law which canbe determined e by the court. In this case, Dan was pointing the gun to his girl friend forshooting. He has no idea until he had pulled the trigger that there is some problem in his gun toshoot on her. Under this Act, a person who attempts to commit the crime is also guilty for thesame offence. 1.This Act is applicable to the person when he attempted to the offence and shall haveeffect with the section1 of the Criminal Attempts Act 1981.2.This section provided many description given by the parties for many enactment-a) Power to the court for institution of the proceedings.b) Power to arrest such a person in his suit.c) Where proceedings may carried or not otherwise than All criminal cases are decided in magistrate courts to determine the offences. Thereshould be the pre trial of the case before the court after showing all the evidences at the court.11Andrews, N.,. Introduction. (In The Three Paths of Justice 2012 ). pp. 1-23. SpringerNetherlands.Asongu, S.A. ( Law, Finance and Investment: does legal origin matter in Africa 2014).The Review of Black Political Economy. 41(2) pp.145-175.

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