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Cases cited

R v Brown [1994] 1 AC 212 R v Dica [2004] 2 Cr App R 28 R v Konzani [2005] 2 Cr App R 198

References

Devlin, P (1956) Trial by Jury (London: Stevens & Co.)

Farmer, L (1995) 'Bringing Cinderella to the ball: teaching criminal law in context' 58(5) Modern Law Review 756-66

Johnson, M (2002) 'Male medical students and the male body' in A Bainham et al. (eds) Body Lore and Laws (Oxford and Portland OR: Hart Publishing)

Lacey, N, C Wells and O Quick (2010) Reconstructing Criminal Law 4th edn (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)

Maranville, D (2001) 'Infusing passion and context into the traditional law curriculum through experiential learning' 51(1) Journal of Legal Education 51-74

Weait, M (2005a) 'Knowledge, autonomy and consent: R vKonzani' (October) Criminal Law Review 163-72

Weait, M (2005b) 'Criminal law and the sexual transmission of HIV: R v Dica' 68(1) Modern Law Review 120-33

Weait, M (2007) Intimacy and Responsibility: the Criminalization of HIV Transmission (Abingdon: Routledge-Cavendish)

Note

The commentary on the court extracts in this chapter has been adapted from

material contained in chapter 2 of Weait, M (2007) as above.

 
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