A Critical Analysis of the case.

(the choosing case name)
Study Books Used in Class:
Description: *****Important
the case is choosing following: (Only Need 1 case)

1. R v Kathleen Folbigg (2003)
2. R V Matthew D’Gruchy (1996)
3. R v John Walsh (2008)
4. R v Sef Gonzales
5. R v Gordon Wood (2008)
6. Murder of Corey Davis (1998)
7. R v Jeffrey Gilham (1993)
8. R v Campbell
9. R v Burrell
10. R v Dawes
11.R v BW & SW
12. R v Fraser

• The LIAC Crime Library at the State Library in Macquarie Street, Sydney, is a useful starting point. Lawlink is also useful. The Supreme Court of NSW website, as well as the NSW Case Law site are helpful.

****It will undergo to Turnitin system please dont plagiarism!!

Outcomes:
• Assesses the nature of the interrelationship between the legal system and society.
• Analyses different perspectives and interpretation of legal information and issues.
• Analyses the effectiveness of the legal system in addressing different issues.
• Identifies and applies legal concepts and terminology.
• Communicates legal information using well-structured and logical arguments.

 

Task Description:
Choose a murder case that was heard in the NSW Supreme Court within the last ten years and write a critical analysis of the decision in this matter.
** ******In your answer include the following:

PART A: A General Discussion of the facts of the case.
• What was the case about? Who were the parties involved in the case? In which courtroom was this case heard? Who was the judge, the offender\accused? What were the key facts presented in this case? Which legal issues did the court focus upon? What was the final decision of the court?

PART B: A Critical Analysis of the case, was justice achieved?
• Evaluate the effectiveness of the legal system in achieving justice for the victim, the victim’s family, the offender and society. In your answer also consider the purposes of punishment for criminal offences, issues of social inequality e.g. poverty or racial discrimination.
Instructions:
• Your answer should be a minimum of 750 words- 1000 words.
• You should choose a case that you understand and that is of interest to you.
• The LIAC Crime Library at the State Library in Macquarie Street, Sydney, is a useful starting point. Lawlink is also useful. The Supreme Court of NSW website, as well as the NSW Case Law site are helpful.
• At the beginning of your assessment task there should be an assessment title page and an anti-plagiarism statement. You will find both of these on the Study Smart site for this subject.
• Your assignment must be entered into TURNITIN. Your teacher will notify you when turnitin is available.
• You must have a reference list.

 

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