How to answer past year questions on CLRI. Essay

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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

LA1031

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DIPLOMA IN LAW
DIPLOMA IN THE COMMON LAW
LLB
ALL SCHEMES AND ROUTES

BSc DEGREES WITH LAW

Common Law Reasoning and Institutions

Tuesday 20 May 2014: 10.00 – 13.15

Candidates will have fifteen minutes during which they may read the paper and make rough notes ONLY in their answer books. They then have the remaining THREE HOURS in which to answer the questions.

Candidates must answer the COMPULSORY question in Part A, TWO from the SEVEN questions in Part B and the COMPULSORY question in Part C.

NOTE: Candidates may detach the sections of the Identity Documents Act
2010 from pages 6 to 12 of this question paper for ease of reference in
answering
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Chris gives Dave his passport, as proof of ID is required to open an account with the library. When Dave takes the passport to the library, the librarian refuses to open an account and explains to the chief librarian that she feels that something suspicious is going on. The chief librarian alerts the police who arrest Dave and Chris. The passport turns out to be a forgery.
Explain to Dave, with reference to the extracts from the statute reproduced below what possible charges he might face under the Act, and, if he is found guilty, what kind of sentence he might expect. (10 marks)

(c)

Ethan has just failed his driving test and has been refused a driving licence. He goes online and downloads a picture of a UK driving licence which he then digitally alters using computer software so that his name appears on the licence. He then uses the driving licence to try to get served alcohol in a bar. The bar manager alerts the police.
With reference to the extracts from the statute reproduced below, advise Ethan of possible charges under the Identity
Documents Act 2010 Act and any sentence he might receive if found guilty.
(10 marks)

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Identity Documents Act 2010
2010 CHAPTER 40
An Act to make provision for and in connection with the repeal of the Identity
Cards Act 2006.
[21st December 2010]

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by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and

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