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The Partial Defence of Loss of Control

Mercy Okolo

ISBN 10: 365947973X / ISBN 13: 9783659479731
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84 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.2in.The requirements of the old defence of provocation under the common law and Homicide Act 1957 did not cover cases of abused women who kill their abusers. The defence did not recognise the reaction of abused women as reasonable within the context of domestic violence, instead abused women were required to fall within the masculine construction of appropriate reaction or else construed within the framework of mental abnormality. The aim of this book is to evaluate the effectiveness of the new defence of loss of control by considering the ways in which the new defence might have solved the problems of the old defence in relation to abused women who kill their abusers. The contents of this book presents a historical background of the defence of provocation and a critical analysis of the new defence of loss of control by evaluating how the two defences treats abused women. The analysis and recommendations would allow full recognition of abused women within the defence of loss of control. This book should help educate and provide useful information to victims of domestic violence, law students and criminal lawyers. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783659479731

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Title: The Partial Defence of Loss of Control

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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The requirements of the old defence of provocation under the common law and Homicide Act 1957 did not cover cases of abused women who kill their abusers. The defence did not recognise the reaction of abused women as reasonable within the context of domestic violence, instead abused women were required to fall within the masculine construction of appropriate reaction or else construed within the framework of mental abnormality. The aim of this book is to evaluate the effectiveness of the new defence of loss of control by considering the ways in which the new defence might have solved the problems of the old defence in relation to abused women who kill their abusers. The contents of this book presents a historical background of the defence of provocation and a critical analysis of the new defence of loss of control by evaluating how the two defences treats abused women. The analysis and recommendations would allow full recognition of abused women within the defence of loss of control. This book should help educate and provide useful information to victims of domestic violence, law students and criminal lawyers.

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Mercy Okolo, studied law at the University of Northampton, United Kingdom. The author also acquired a Masters in Law in Criminal Justice, Human Rights and International Law from the University of Birmingham. The author is currently an independent legal research analyst and also provides pro-bono services on cases of domestic violence.

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