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2(4) 188 s. 3 172, 184, 186, 187, 202 s. 3(1) 190 s. 3(1)(a)–(d) 190 s. 3(2) 190 s. 3(3) 190 s. 3(4) 190 s. 3(4)(a), (b) 190 s. 4 177, 187, 191, 193, 208 s. 4(1) 191 s. 4(1)(a)–(d) 191 s. 4(2) 191 s. 4(3) 191 s. 4(4) 191 s. 4(4)(a)–(d) 191 s. 4(5) 191 s. 5 41, 177, 191, 192, 208 s. 5(1) 192 s. 5(1)(a), (b) 191, 192 s. 6 177, 191, 192, 208 s. 7 177, 191, 193, 208 s. 8 177, 191, 193, 208 s. 9 177, 193, 208 s. 10 177, 193, 208 s. 11 177, 193, 208 s. 12 177, 193, 208 s. 13 177, 193, 208 s. 14 177, 193, 208 s.

1(1) 241 s. 2 243, 266 s. 2(1) 225, 226, 239, 247, 266 s. 2(1)(a) 229, 268 s. 2(1)(c) 244 s. 2(5) 267 s. 3 245 s. 3(1) 214, 218, 246, 250, 267, 270 s. 3(2) 214 s. 4 213, 215, 246, 440 s. 4(2) 213, 215, 246 s. 4(3) 214, 244 s. 4(4) 214 s. 5 219, 247 s. 5(3) 220, 221, 247 s. 5(4) 220, 221, 247, 266, 267 s. 6 224, 225, 243, 244, 247 s. 6(1) 224, 225 s. 6(2) 225 s. 8 211, 227, 236, 247 s. 9 211, 231, 236, 263 s. 9(1)(a), (b) 231, 234, 236, 245, 247, 266, 268, 436 s. 9(2) 231, 233 s. 9(3) 232 s. 10 235, 236, 248, 436 s.

The defendant replied, ‘Fuck you, you can wait’, and turned off the ignition. He was convicted of assaulting the constable in the execution of his duty. This offence requires an act; an omission is not sufficient. The defendant appealed on the grounds that at the time he committed the act of driving on to the officer’s foot, he lacked mens rea, and though he had mens rea when he refused to remove the car, this was an omission, and the actus reus required an act. The appeal was dismissed, on the basis that driving on to the officer’s foot and staying there was one single continuous act, rather than an act followed by an omission.

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