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Underlying Principles of Criminal Liability

Underlying Principles of Criminal Liability

Criminal liability is the culpability for acts which harm society, and which are prosecuted by the government. Crimes, unlike torts, requite intent. "Black letter law" requires an "actus reus" and a "mens rea." You must mean to do the act, and the act must be completed.


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