Moloney Case Study

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In the case of Moloney, the House of Lords determined that if one is able to foresee circumstances that this foresight could not be determined to be intention. They suggest that foresight could be used to infer intention however could not be equated to intention. However in Woolin, the House of Lords found that intention could be inferred and equated as intent. This inference could be done by the jury considering all the evidence and substantial risk when the person committed the offence.
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