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9 terms
Robbery
robbery
robber
job
diamond
robbery
robber
11 terms
The robbery
the robbery
He pulls a mask over his head.
to park
the thief, thieves
the robbery
He pulls a mask over his head.
13 terms
the robbery
behind
wear
dress
hold
derrière
porter vêtement
robe
tenir
behind
derrière
wear
porter vêtement
71 terms
Robbery
La maleta
El billetero
El carné de indentidad
La tarjeta de credito
Suitcase
Wallet
ID card
Credit card
La maleta
Suitcase
El billetero
Wallet
8 terms
Robbery
robbery
robber
owner
tie to a chair
ограбление
грабитель
владелец
привязывать к стулу
robbery
ограбление
robber
грабитель
8 terms
Robbery
S.8
Robinson
Corcoran V Anderton
Dawson and James
'If he steals, and immediately before or at the time of doing…
D owed £7, struggled with man picked up his £5 - jury were mi…
D1 hit woman and bag fell to the floor, didnt pick it up they…
D1 pushed the V, lost balance, got his wallet - 'force' was u…
S.8
'If he steals, and immediately before or at the time of doing…
Robinson
D owed £7, struggled with man picked up his £5 - jury were mi…
22 terms
robbery
un atraco
la carcel
criminal
la denuncia
hold up
jail
criminal
injury
un atraco
hold up
la carcel
jail
16 terms
robbery
haul
offload
petty criminal
heist
łup
rozładować
występek
wielki skok
haul
łup
offload
rozładować
10 terms
Robbery
Three syles of robberies
Evidence must be __________, _________…
To ensure the admissibility of physica…
5 types of robberies
Selective raid... Ambush ... Planned Operation
collected, preserved, identified
firmly fixed
Visible street ... Non-visible ... Residential ... Vehicle ... Commercial
Three syles of robberies
Selective raid... Ambush ... Planned Operation
Evidence must be __________, _________…
collected, preserved, identified
7 terms
Robbery
Hale 1979
Dawson and James 1976
Clouden 1987
B and R v DPP 2007
Force or threat of force must be in order to complete theft;…
Force need only be small. Force should be taken in its origin…
Confirmed Dawson and James. ... D tugged at handbag and V let g…
V does not have to be frightened due to force or threat. ... Ds…
Hale 1979
Force or threat of force must be in order to complete theft;…
Dawson and James 1976
Force need only be small. Force should be taken in its origin…
10 terms
Robbery
Robinson (1977)
Corcoran v Anderton (1980)
Hale (1978)
Dawson (1976)
D threatened V with a knife in order to get money he was owed…
2 youth snatched the bag but bag fell on the floor. ... The forc…
Stole jewellery box as threatened her child. Act seen as cont…
D nudged the sailor, lost balance and took his wallet. ... The w…
Robinson (1977)
D threatened V with a knife in order to get money he was owed…
Corcoran v Anderton (1980)
2 youth snatched the bag but bag fell on the floor. ... The forc…
Robbery
Definition
Life
Theft Act 1968
Acts Reus
Where D steals and immediately before or at the time of doing…
Maximum Sentence
Act
Theft... Force/ putting or seeking to put a person in fear or fo…
Definition
Where D steals and immediately before or at the time of doing…
Life
Maximum Sentence
14 terms
Robbery
Definition
The Larceny Act 1916
CLRC Report
The Theft Act 1968 s.8
"A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately…
Old definition of robbery
To consolidate and codify; get rid of the old technicalities.
Current definition of robbery
Definition
"A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately…
The Larceny Act 1916
Old definition of robbery
39 terms
robbery
frightened
nervious
petrified
panic-stricken
afraid
afraid
afraid
afraid
frightened
afraid
nervious
afraid
8 terms
ROBBERY
coco v ander 80 theft
robin 77 theft
b and r v dpp 07 force
daw and james 76 force
complete theft bag fell
belief in right applies
v need not be scared
jostling/push
coco v ander 80 theft
complete theft bag fell
robin 77 theft
belief in right applies
Robbery
S.8 theft act 1968
Life
Robinson
Corcoran
A person is guilty of robbery if he steals and immediately be…
Max sentence for robbery.
D genuinely believed he was owed money, threatened v with kni…
D hit v, v dropped bag, other D grabbed bag. Appropriation oc…
S.8 theft act 1968
A person is guilty of robbery if he steals and immediately be…
Life
Max sentence for robbery.
7 terms
Robbery
Where is the definition of Robbery fou…
Actus Reus: (4 elements)
Completed Theft:
Legal Principle of Robinson: (Example…
s8 Theft Act 1968:... 'A person is guilty of robbery if, he stea…
- Completed Theft... - Use or threat of force on any person... - Im…
Dishonesty - s2... Appropriation - s3... Property - s4... Belonging to…
If an element of theft is missing it can not be a robbery... - D…
Where is the definition of Robbery fou…
s8 Theft Act 1968:... 'A person is guilty of robbery if, he stea…
Actus Reus: (4 elements)
- Completed Theft... - Use or threat of force on any person... - Im…
11 terms
Robbery
Where is the law contained?
Robbery
Actus Reus (AR)
Dawson
S8 Theft Act 1968
If any of the elements of theft are missing then it cannot be…
Stealing, and immediately before or at the time of doing so,…
The Jury decides whether D's actions amount to force.
Where is the law contained?
S8 Theft Act 1968
Robbery
If any of the elements of theft are missing then it cannot be…
Robbery
First thing you do once in contact wit…
How should officers set up around robb…
What is the difference between robbery…
Robbery
Make sure everyone is ok
In diagonals, cover all four sides of building
Use or threat of the use of deadly weapon
A person who knowingly takes anything of value from another b…
First thing you do once in contact wit…
Make sure everyone is ok
How should officers set up around robb…
In diagonals, cover all four sides of building
Robbery
4 classifications of robberies?
Robbers deceptions?
How are most robberies solved?
US police department used GIS to plot…
1. Residential ... 2. Commercial... 3. Street... 4. Vehicle driver
Disguises, vehicles, weapons
Through prompt action by the victim, witnesses, and police
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg(North Carolina)
4 classifications of robberies?
1. Residential ... 2. Commercial... 3. Street... 4. Vehicle driver
Robbers deceptions?
Disguises, vehicles, weapons
ROBBERY
What is PC 211?
Define a taking.
Suspect approaches couple, who are sta…
Suspect approaches a couple, who are s…
1. The taking of a personal property... 2. In possession of anot…
1. Possession... 2. Asportation
No, because he did not TAKE the car.
Yes, only slight movement is required for it to be considered…
What is PC 211?
1. The taking of a personal property... 2. In possession of anot…
Define a taking.
1. Possession... 2. Asportation
Robbery
Simple Robbery
First Degree Robbery R.S. 14:64.1
Carjacking R.S. 14:64.2
Armed Robbery ... R.S. 14:64.3
The taking of anything of value belonging to another from the…
The taking of anything of value belonging to another from the…
The intentional taking of a motor vehicle, belonging to anoth…
Use of a weapon
Simple Robbery
The taking of anything of value belonging to another from the…
First Degree Robbery R.S. 14:64.1
The taking of anything of value belonging to another from the…
Robbery
What ARS Chapter covers Robbery?
Robbery, What are the elements of the…
Aggravated Robbery, what are the eleme…
Armed Robbery, what are the elements o…
Chapter 19
13-1902... -If in the course of taking any property of another f…
13-1903... Commits if:... -Aided by (1) or more accomplices who are…
13-1904... Commits if:... -Armed... -Uses or threatens to use a simula…
What ARS Chapter covers Robbery?
Chapter 19
Robbery, What are the elements of the…
13-1902... -If in the course of taking any property of another f…
Robbery
The trespassory taking and carrying aw…
Does not
.... negate the requisite mental eleme…
.... immaterial so long as it is suffi…
What are the elements of robbery?
Claim of right _________ entitle a creditor to resort to viol…
Certain isolated incidents of good faith or claim of right wi…
The actual degree of force is...
The trespassory taking and carrying aw…
What are the elements of robbery?
Does not
Claim of right _________ entitle a creditor to resort to viol…
Robbery
Definition
Elements
Majority
2) Presence
Larceny from, or in the presence of, the person by force or t…
1) Larceny... 2) In the person's presence... 3) Done through violen…
Belief that property is theirs undercuts intent to deprive ow…
proximity and control; if not for the force or intimidation y…
Definition
Larceny from, or in the presence of, the person by force or t…
Elements
1) Larceny... 2) In the person's presence... 3) Done through violen…
10 terms
Robbery
Act
Actus Reus
Mens Rea
R v Corcoran and Anderton
Theft Act 1968 s8
(Theft AR) + use or threat of force immediately before or at…
(Theft MR) + intent or recklessness to use or threaten force…
-D hit a women and attempted to steal her bag but failed... -The…
Act
Theft Act 1968 s8
Actus Reus
(Theft AR) + use or threat of force immediately before or at…
14 terms
Robbery
What section defines Robbery?
What is the 1st Actus Reus of Robbery?
What does R v Robinson say if an eleme…
Which element of theft is shown in R v…
s8(1) Theft Act 1968
Completed Theft s1 Theft Act 1968
There cannot be a robbery- in this case no dishonesty s2(1)(a…
Appropriation- assuming the right to have possession of the bag
What section defines Robbery?
s8(1) Theft Act 1968
What is the 1st Actus Reus of Robbery?
Completed Theft s1 Theft Act 1968
Robbery
Un robo
Una joyería
Los dependientes
Una pistola
Robbery
Jewellers
Shop assistant
A gun
Un robo
Robbery
Una joyería
Jewellers
15 terms
Robbery
section 8 Theft Act 1968
first actus reus element
Corcoran v Anderton
R v Robinson
A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately b…
actus reus and mens rea for theft must be present
appropriation doesn't have to be successful for there to be t…
was not dishonest. when force is used to steal, then the mome…
section 8 Theft Act 1968
A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately b…
first actus reus element
actus reus and mens rea for theft must be present
6 terms
Robbery
Robinson
Dawson & James
Clouden
B & R v DPP
D must be dishonest under the Ghosh test... V's wife owed D £7 a…
"Force" = ordinary word so it is up to the jury to decide if…
Force applied to property is enough if V is holding property…
Enough to be "put in fear of force"... 5Ds stopped V asking for…
Robinson
D must be dishonest under the Ghosh test... V's wife owed D £7 a…
Dawson & James
"Force" = ordinary word so it is up to the jury to decide if…
Robbery
The Larceny Act 1916
CLRC Report
Theft Act 1968 S.8
Corcoran V Anderton
The old definition of robbery
Codified and consolidated the Act, same law simplified
The current definition
Bag fight, all 5 parts of theft were there, sole possession n…
The Larceny Act 1916
The old definition of robbery
CLRC Report
Codified and consolidated the Act, same law simplified
Robbery
robinson
Corcoran
dawson
clouden
D threatened V and took £5 during the struggle which he then…
d hit v, grabbed her bag but never gained sole control as V d…
D's nudged v in order to steal. court held it was up to jury…
d wrenched shopping bag from d's hand. court held this could…
robinson
D threatened V and took £5 during the struggle which he then…
Corcoran
d hit v, grabbed her bag but never gained sole control as V d…
14 terms
robbery
completed theft
robinson
cocoran v anderton
use of force on any person ar
dishonestly appropriating property belonging to another with…
d hadn't performed the theft dishonestly as he believed it wa…
appropriation doesn't mean taking so pulling on a handball is…
no force actually needsto be applied - could just be threat
completed theft
dishonestly appropriating property belonging to another with…
robinson
d hadn't performed the theft dishonestly as he believed it wa…
Robbery
Section and Act
DEFINE
a completed theft... D threatened V and…
Where force is used to steal, then the…
s.8 Theft Act 1968
a person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately b…
Robinson
Corcoran
Section and Act
s.8 Theft Act 1968
DEFINE
a person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately b…
7 terms
robbery
robbery
intimidation
armed robbery
1st degree robbery
taking... by use of force or intimidation... general intent... anythin…
creates an atmosphere that causes one to feel threatened
robbery... armed with a dangerous weapon... use of object/dangerous…
robbery... D leads V to believe he is armed with a dangerous wea…
robbery
taking... by use of force or intimidation... general intent... anythin…
intimidation
creates an atmosphere that causes one to feel threatened
Robbery
Armed Robbery
Extortion
Purse Snatching
Carjacking
1) Taking of Anything of Value... 2) Belonging to Another... 3) Fro…
1) Communication of Threats... 2) To another... 3) Intent to Obtain…
1) Taking of anything of value... 2) within a purse or wallet... 3)…
1) Intentional taking of a motor vehicle... 2) Belonging to anot…
Armed Robbery
1) Taking of Anything of Value... 2) Belonging to Another... 3) Fro…
Extortion
1) Communication of Threats... 2) To another... 3) Intent to Obtain…
Robbery
Corcoran v anderton
Robinson
Skivington
Forrestor
Bag snatch ... Guilty of robbery all five elements of theft pres…
Clothing club money ... Ng guilty not dishonest under 21a theref…
Wages husband ... Ng of robbery not dishonest under 21a therefor…
deposit furniture guilty of robbery satisfied all five elemen…
Corcoran v anderton
Bag snatch ... Guilty of robbery all five elements of theft pres…
Robinson
Clothing club money ... Ng guilty not dishonest under 21a theref…
7 terms
Robbery
Corcoran v Anderton
R v Clouden
R v Dawson and James
B and R v DPP
One of the defendants hit the victim in the back whilst the o…
The defendant wrenched a shopping bag from the victim's hand.…
One of the defendants nudged the victim in the back so that h…
A group of school boys surrounded the victim. The defendants…
Corcoran v Anderton
One of the defendants hit the victim in the back whilst the o…
R v Clouden
The defendant wrenched a shopping bag from the victim's hand.…
Robbery
Robbery
Actus Reus (Part 1)
Actus Reus (Part 2)
Force or threat of force (AR)
S.8 Theft Act 1968
Actus reus Theft must be fulfilled
Force or seeking to put anyone in fear of force
(a) Dawson and James
Robbery
S.8 Theft Act 1968
Actus Reus (Part 1)
Actus reus Theft must be fulfilled
Robbery
Robbery
Actus Reus of Robbery
R v Dawson and James
Mens Rea of Robbery
defined in s.8 of the Theft Act 1968.... Described as aggravated…
Same as Theft plus 1 of 3 things:... 1) uses force in order to s…
a mere nudge so that someone lost their balance would be suff…
the defendant must have the mens rea of theft. R v Robinson
Robbery
defined in s.8 of the Theft Act 1968.... Described as aggravated…
Actus Reus of Robbery
Same as Theft plus 1 of 3 things:... 1) uses force in order to s…
Robbery
Murder
Burglary
Shoplifting
Illegal
Убийство
Взлом
Воровство
Незаконные
Murder
Убийство
Burglary
Взлом
Robbery
Armed
Bandit
Bound
Gag
involving the use of weapons
a member of an armed group of thieves who attack travellers
certain or likely to happen, or to do or be something
a piece of cloth that is put over or in somebody's mouth to s…
Armed
involving the use of weapons
Bandit
a member of an armed group of thieves who attack travellers
Robbery
Mens Rea
Actus reus
Cromar v HMA
Robbery accomplished by Violence
• Intention to deprive... • Intention to appropriate... • Dishonesty?
Robbery is theft accomplished by personal violence... • There mu…
- Came up behind someone and tried to steal a bag... - The handl…
- The timing of violence is important... - Must immediately prec…
Mens Rea
• Intention to deprive... • Intention to appropriate... • Dishonesty?
Actus reus
Robbery is theft accomplished by personal violence... • There mu…
26 terms
robbery
el bosillo
la cartera
el carterista
la comisaría
pocket
wallet
pick pocket
police station
el bosillo
pocket
la cartera
wallet
20 terms
Robbery
stash
revamp
to tamp
to stall
elrejt
átalakít
megbabrál, befolyásol
elakad, leáll
stash
elrejt
revamp
átalakít
10 terms
Robbery
S8 Theft Act
Robison
Corcoran v Anderton
Dawson and James
Defines robbery
under S2(1)(a): he believed he was owed money so dishonesty f…
theft does not need to be successful for D as tugging can amo…
what is enough to be force is a question for the jury
S8 Theft Act
Defines robbery
Robison
under S2(1)(a): he believed he was owed money so dishonesty f…
17 terms
Robbery
Three Basic Styles of Robbery
Ambush
Selective Raid
The Planned Operation
-Ambush... -Selective Raid... -The Planned Operation
No planning, could be Premeditated
Minimal amount of planning, in and out
Larger Score, little force
Three Basic Styles of Robbery
-Ambush... -Selective Raid... -The Planned Operation
Ambush
No planning, could be Premeditated
Robbery
In allem
derAnrufebeantworter
die Anwendung
beherrschen
In every way
Answering machine
App
To master
In allem
In every way
derAnrufebeantworter
Answering machine
Robbery
Definition
Actus Reus
Mens Rea
Robinson
'A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately…
- Theft ... - force or putting or seeking to put any person in f…
- Had the mens rea for theft and... - intended to use force to s…
D was owed £7 by V's wife. D threatened V and took £5 and cla…
Definition
'A person is guilty of robbery if he steals, and immediately…
Actus Reus
- Theft ... - force or putting or seeking to put any person in f…
Robbery
Robbery S8
Corcoran v Anderton
R v Robinson
For robbery to have occurred there mus…
Robbery requires both a) theft with; b) violence or threat of…
Although the D had run off without the bag, robbery had still…
There is no robbery where the D honestly believed that he had…
- Complete theft (all elements must be proven. Corcoran v And…
Robbery S8
Robbery requires both a) theft with; b) violence or threat of…
Corcoran v Anderton
Although the D had run off without the bag, robbery had still…
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