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Intro to crim liability
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The IDEA formula
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The Level of Harm Chart
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The Key Documents
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How to find Statutes
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Automatism
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Insanity - Background
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Involuntary Intoxication
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Voluntary Intoxication
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Civil Courts Damages
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Breach of Duty AS
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Duty of Care AS
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Introduction to Tort AS
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Actus Reus - Omissions
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Causation # 1 - 'But For'
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Comments

  • Scheissa L
    Scheissa L Year ago

    Hi I love your videos! A question on the mens rea video, hope you could do me a favour and clear the fog out of my head...why was nedrick and woolin conviction substituted to manslaughter other the mis direction, which part of the two test could not be satisfied, was it that death was not a virtual certainty in those cases or that defendant didnt appreciated that that was the case.... I look forward to hearing from you!

  • Iris Liu
    Iris Liu Year ago

    Hi, huge huge thank you for your kind sharing. Your videos are far more elaborate and well-explained comparing to my lectures. Thank you so much. Your lectures actually inspire me to keep studying law.

  • TIM fowo
    TIM fowo Year ago

    could you please explain the simple term the role of resulting trust in the identification of a property

  • Brian Hennessy
    Brian Hennessy Year ago

    The Criminal Justice Act 2003 increased the sentencing power of Magistrates from 6 to 12 months. This hasn't been taken into consideration in the video about sentencing. Why not?

  • Paul Chapman
    Paul Chapman Year ago

    If you are representing yourself and only applying for court fees, how do you decide the amount to sue for? And obviously, you have to choose an amount, if you choose none at all, then the fee is 10k, is there a limit on what will be paid for you for free, or should you choose a lower amount? I wont go into personal details, but I am not sure if 10k would be paid if I left the amount open. I mean that the fees are paid for as I am in receipt of benefits. I am counterclaiming for perjury, lack of repairs, non disclosure of evidence and lots of other stuff, but its the deciding how much to claim for I am stuck on

    • Angel Cl
      Angel Cl Year ago

      Bless you!. I am really sorry nobody has responded to you and you are in this situation. I am sorry as well, I cannot help you at all as I have no clue whatsoever, but I wanted you to know that there is people who has read what you have written and would love to help you but they can't. I would tell you to go to Citizens Advice Bureau or to a Law centre in your local area but I am sure you are aware of those possibilities already, and most likely you have used them already. All the best for you, and I hope everything gets resolved.

    • Paul Chapman
      Paul Chapman Year ago

      my email is chappyski@gmail.com if anyone reading this can help me whatsoever

    • Paul Chapman
      Paul Chapman Year ago

      I really need help, but I cant get a lawyer as its a money claim, but they did things strangely and instead of a section 8 and money claim, they went down the route of a moneyclaim and a section 21. in the section 21, the claimant slipped and I mean slipped the judge a letter full of lies, that the judge to his credit asked if I had seen this, which I replied I had not. he adjourned and requested the case in his order to be reserved for himself only. I requested and paid for an order via n244 and paid for with x160, to request a copy of the letter. After adjournment, a new judge took over, without any explanation of the change of judge, who had read the non disclosed lies in the non disclosed letter and took it as truth, since there was no defence to it, even though I had never seen it!! I have since seen it and wow, its perjury and its going to make me homeless, even though im paying my rent, well the council are paying it for me. I really need help please. it is now Friday and still I have had no copy of the order, despite this happening on Monday. I have tried emailing the courts, they say they will call me as it may need to be reviewed, but time is running out if I am to appeal. I obviously need to know if it was a circuit judge or district judge that took over from the original district judge, as then it would be whether I would appeal to the high court if a circuit judge or to a circuit judge if it was a district judge. I am not joking when I say I have spent over an hour on the phone, never getting through to speak to anyone since Monday, nobody ever seems to answer the calls since they answered on Monday afternoon. I realise the court staff that answer the phones are not legally trained, but they promised the court would call me, which they havent. I can obviously use all the evidence in the moneyclaim, which isnt set until later in the year, however, I have now limited time to stop the warrant or writ of possession from losing my home, even though my rent is being paid and I have done nothing wrong. I am scared of being homeless and the council wont even help unless the bailiffs turn up, as they say I am intentionally homeless if I leave before this. So basically I need help knowing how to address my appeal and how to put a stay of execution on the possession order, pending my request for an appeal oh, flipping eckers, I said I wouldnt go into details, but I just did :(

  • BirdOfParadise
    BirdOfParadise Year ago

    Hi i am currently studying A level law under the ocr exam board. I came across your civil courts playlist and i love how clearly you explained everything even in just a few short videos! i noticed you haven't made a video in 2 years. Honestly if you could make videos covering the entire ocr A level law specification i would be so eternally grateful. I don't know if this would be too much to ask for but as i revise best from watching videos and making notes then making flash cards afterwards on those notes. This worked so well during GCSE but there are barely any good videos out there especially for law. Pleaseeeeeee consider you would make my world!!!!!

  • Tammy Mountain
    Tammy Mountain Year ago

    Is there any videos on EU law

  • Jackson Hans
    Jackson Hans Year ago

    Hi, is it helpful in my legal research skill exam?

  • Tatiana Answer
    Tatiana Answer 2 years ago

    These videos should be required before actual classes to facilitate better understanding

  • Parvez Pandher
    Parvez Pandher 2 years ago

    Videos are good !!

  • basit0313
    basit0313 3 years ago

    love your videos .. why have you stopped ? can you do tort law defenses?

  • Cattle Kate
    Cattle Kate 3 years ago

    Hi, thank you so much for these easy to understand and informative videos ... you have helped me out so much :-)

  • Stephanie Bark
    Stephanie Bark 3 years ago

    Hi its so useful, Thanks Could you do some videos on Contract Law as well ?

  • Maya
    Maya 3 years ago

    Can you sort of incorporate this technique in to a university level answer?

  • Poppy Morgan
    Poppy Morgan 3 years ago

    any chance you can do a video on rule of law ? would be very helpful for my revision

  • Julie Fearn
    Julie Fearn 3 years ago

    Hi, you sound like the teacher from The Inbetweeners! Why haven't you uploaded any videos recently? xx

  • Chloe G
    Chloe G 3 years ago

    Will there be a video for breach of duty for A2 law students, I could really do with the help?

  • Alice Devenny
    Alice Devenny 3 years ago

    Hey, love your resources! What is the software you use throughout your videos to annotate/present?

  • Lori-Ann Thompson
    Lori-Ann Thompson 4 years ago

    Are there any lectures on Public International Law, Jurisprudence, Real Property, Law of Contract and Law of Tort? Any information would be helpful, Thank you!

  • Kang Ren Lam
    Kang Ren Lam 4 years ago

    I'm a Malaysian student currently doing A-Levels and this helps me infinitely. Thank you so much!

  • The Law Bank
    The Law Bank 4 years ago

    Statutory instruments are made in a variety of forms, most commonly Orders in Council, regulations, rules and orders. The form to be adopted is usually set out in the enabling Act. Statutory Instruments, also known as SIs, are a form of legislation which allow the provisions of an Act of Parliament to be subsequently brought into force or altered without Parliament having to pass a new Act. They are also referred to as secondary, delegated or subordinate legislation. Acts of Parliament confer powers on Ministers to make more detailed orders, rules or regulations by means of statutory instruments. An Act will often contain a broad framework and statutory instruments are used to provide the necessary detail that would be too complex to include in the Act itself. Statutory instruments can also be used to amend, update or enforce existing primary legislation. OiC are forms of SIs but we separate them because they are quite distinct types of legislation.

  • ASMR
    ASMR 4 years ago

    I know this video was a while ago but if you could help me I'd be very grateful. Similar to the comment below I don't understand why many people are calling Orders in council "Statutory Instruments" when I thought this was a whole different type of DL?

  • Jess Bishop
    Jess Bishop 4 years ago

    Just as you said these final questions are the bane of my life! Are there any model answers I could get hold of? I have no idea how to put all of this into an answer (mark schemes aren't very helpful!) :/

  • Jimmy Joe Black
    Jimmy Joe Black 4 years ago

    i totally love studying here than in my class 😃

  • Glenda Derby
    Glenda Derby 4 years ago

  • Lewis Anderson
    Lewis Anderson 4 years ago

    This is an amazing site! Is there any chance of a Police powers Video. (As-Level)

  • Brandon Riley
    Brandon Riley 4 years ago

    great help thank you so much!

  • HpcShadow
    HpcShadow 4 years ago

    I find these explanations very interesting and easy to remember.......unlike my lecturer, you provide so much illustrations (the pictures) to help me remember especially when exams are around the corner... thanks man..

  • The Law Bank
    The Law Bank 4 years ago

    Meshach I am sure Mr Meuller must be so proud to have such a diligent student as yourself. Top tip though - a career in law may not be the best option for you. Too difficult.

  • lifehumanity
    lifehumanity 4 years ago

    Very helpfull, thank you very much !

  • Sam Veers
    Sam Veers 4 years ago

    Thanks so much for the clarification! I had recordings of my lectures but my lecturer wasn't very specific about this..... Not with diagrams and all... Many thanks for the intelligence boost! Thanks from New Zealand!

  • Danish Aftab
    Danish Aftab 4 years ago

    I don't have the words to describe how good of a teacher you are. Your communication of thoughts and concepts is spot on. By far, the best Law lectures online and im using this for my llb. The only sad part is that the videos are limited and don't cover the entire courses. Your channel deserves much more views. Please upload more videos on tort, land etc. Thank you so much for making these videos free. Love, from Pakistan <3.

  • Meshach Allen
    Meshach Allen 4 years ago

    any1 in mr muellers class please post answers in the comments so ppl don't have to watch 34 mins of this

  • Stephanie Sankar
    Stephanie Sankar 4 years ago

    Excellent job! Thank you! (:

  • hannah brown
    hannah brown 4 years ago

    Hey! we absolutely love your videos. we find them really helpful. Can you by any chance do contract?

  • Sarah Legay
    Sarah Legay 4 years ago

    Thank you from France!

  • Sarah Legay
    Sarah Legay 4 years ago

    Can we have your lecture notes? please put the document online!

  • Rebecca Drake
    Rebecca Drake 4 years ago

    Really helpful

  • Adam Reid
    Adam Reid 4 years ago

    Great video! Brilliant help to get me through this law revision!

  • Finn Hill
    Finn Hill 4 years ago

    Thank you very much for these videos! They are brilliant :)

  • TechBlissTV
    TechBlissTV 4 years ago

    Can you do video on offences against property... Theft, robbery burglary etc ... Been trying to find this on your channel and cannot... Not even general defence of crime in terms of AQA GCSE law. Thanks

  • Rukhsana Ahmed
    Rukhsana Ahmed 4 years ago

    what is the point of law for sheehan and moore? thanks!

  • Becksmorgan
    Becksmorgan 4 years ago

    Very appreciative of these videos.

  • Sandeep Chandrasekharan

    Superb tutorial! Wish u all the best

  • Maaz Mahmood
    Maaz Mahmood 4 years ago

    This is great banter :)

  • ali patou
    ali patou 4 years ago

    Thanks for uploading the videos

  • kester hikel
    kester hikel 4 years ago

    im studying with the OU and I have learned that its 18 - 69 years old to qualify?

  • Jimsee Tsogt
    Jimsee Tsogt 4 years ago

    Thanks for the video. But at end of the video, i realized that is the UK system however i am learning the US system. Hope there is not that many differences since i am already quite a bit confused:)

  • Lil Kalogeros
    Lil Kalogeros 4 years ago

    Best lecturer ever. Thank you very much for your time, and I hope you will keep continuing to make such an understandable criminal videos for our exams.

  • Piotr Piotr
    Piotr Piotr 4 years ago

    S.18 looks like attampted murder.... How to make a distinction and charge with the appropriate crime???? Obviously a defence would argue a reduction to ABH, but what's the difference between s.18 and AM in terms of liability?

  • Mohamed Matheen
    Mohamed Matheen 4 years ago

    can you upload about sexual offences

  • Mohamed Matheen
    Mohamed Matheen 4 years ago

    very good explanation...easy to understand. Thanks a alot

  • Nicole Ogbechie
    Nicole Ogbechie 4 years ago

    Love love your videos very helpful

  • Beasthunter Sixsixsix

    please make more videos on other chapters too =D

  • Beasthunter Sixsixsix

    Please make videos on other chapters too. Your lectures rock!

  • Faysal Ahmed Anik
    Faysal Ahmed Anik 4 years ago

    i found it too helping before reading the chapters

  • JW Harvey
    JW Harvey 4 years ago

    what was the fifth type of sentence after discharge? You kinda skipped that..

  • khadiza khaleque
    khadiza khaleque 4 years ago

    please give a link to the pdf of your lectures so we can follow throughly. Excellent lectures , funny interesting.. not boring… thank you so much for this.. please keep going

  • JW Harvey
    JW Harvey 4 years ago

    we all abuse Dick at some point! great lecture, very helpful thanks..

  • Denise Sundberg
    Denise Sundberg 4 years ago

    Is knowing and intent the same?

  • Piotr Piotr
    Piotr Piotr 4 years ago

    Best explanations ever!

  • orishii
    orishii 4 years ago

    Great video! Thank you.

  • orishii
    orishii 4 years ago

    Great videos! Thank you. They have helped me so much.

  • pzs1000
    pzs1000 4 years ago

    I was just wondering: if I am speeding to rush someone in my car who requires immediate medical attention - would that be an effective defense to a strict liability offense?

    • The Law Bank
      The Law Bank 4 years ago

      No sorry - its strict liability - as Mens Rea is removed then merely committing the act would make you liable. You would be at the mercy of the discretion of the Police Officer who stopped you or the courts who were dealing with a plea.

  • daniel ejiogu
    daniel ejiogu 4 years ago

    Lol That's a rapper for sure, but his name isn't Detail, that's B.O.B

  • Khevish Gopaul
    Khevish Gopaul 4 years ago

    aids to statutory int??

  • Jon Daniels
    Jon Daniels 4 years ago

    Your videos have been immensely helpful in my NEBOSH Diploma studies, certainly made law very digestible and was particularly well presented. Thank you.

  • Muna Malin
    Muna Malin 4 years ago

    i am so thankful for the law bank

  • Samuel Lucien
    Samuel Lucien 4 years ago

    Fantastic videos. I'm self taught : so this is especially helpful, I have almost watched all your videos in the last 72 hours ! Keep up the great work.

  • Adrian Radu
    Adrian Radu 4 years ago

    Very clear and well structured, easy to understand. Information is accurate. All in all very helpful study/revision material.

  • Paul mpazi
    Paul mpazi 4 years ago

    I found the video very interesting and informative especially in the contradictory part of the need of wide but narrow (from direct intent) definition of indirect intent

  • Milinks100
    Milinks100 4 years ago

    You explain this better than my Law teacher. XD You're the best.

  • justachannel
    justachannel 4 years ago

    What's relevant about the fact you were going to watch football?

  • Phillipe Dubern
    Phillipe Dubern 4 years ago

    The Steven Merchant of Law, Lots of help during some revision. Much appreciated

  • Yazmin-Mai
    Yazmin-Mai 4 years ago

    Sir, wasn't an act passed that stopped people in the medical profession from being excused ? Not a hundred percent sure just checking

  • Mustafa Sabanli
    Mustafa Sabanli 4 years ago

    Instant sub!

  • Mustafa Sabanli
    Mustafa Sabanli 4 years ago

    Brilliantly explained for a legally retarded guy like me!

  • Danish Aftab
    Danish Aftab 4 years ago

    Wow . You are SO GOOD! - Love from Pakistan!

  • mckenzieafrica
    mckenzieafrica 4 years ago

    THank you for the clear explanation. Brilliant!

  • nabzguitarist
    nabzguitarist 4 years ago

    Thanks for these lectures, i couldnt thank you enough for it but please i have one question that why was nedrick and woolin conviction was substituted to manslaughter other the mis direction, which part of the two test could not be satisfied, was it that death was not a virtual certainty in those cases or that defendant didnt appreciated that that was the case thanks i ll be waiting for you answers

  • Torvic
    Torvic 4 years ago

    A great series of talks. Do you have transcripts of your lectures available?????

  • Diego Hernandez
    Diego Hernandez 4 years ago

    will you do a video on nervous shock ?

  • Lori-Ann Thompson
    Lori-Ann Thompson 4 years ago

    Great channel, Clearer understanding for Statutory Interpretation. Thank You :)

  • Thomas Martinali
    Thomas Martinali 4 years ago

    Good video, I've been studying for a while and this really helped create a picture of it all in my head. Will watch again. Thank you

  • Alex123
    Alex123 4 years ago

    The videos you do are so helpful! Will you be doing videos on homicide??

  • Sherisse Kissoon
    Sherisse Kissoon 4 years ago

    As a new law student, I must say thank you for taking the time to do these videos. I am understanding Criminal law and the use of cases so much better now.

  • FaraH NaZ
    FaraH NaZ 4 years ago

    quite a helpful video!

  • Elder scrolled
    Elder scrolled 4 years ago

    Please can you give me information on disobeying an act of parliament as i spoke to citizens advice today as i was informed that you can disobey act of parliament as they are not laws but merely by consent of the individual, thanks.

  • Charlotte Kettlewell

    Could you do a video on the evaluation of intoxication please? Such as reforms proposed by the Law Commission etc and the problems of the defence?????

  • Gem
    Gem 4 years ago

    What happens if the initial act is unintended (e.g. scares someone and they fall down the stairs-doesnt die but then assumes dead and buries them - no mens rea but causation? or would this be an omission?

  • R Whale
    R Whale 4 years ago

    This is really helpful, thank you!

  • R Whale
    R Whale 4 years ago

    Thank you!! this is so useful, great video

  • DJMoskito123
    DJMoskito123 4 years ago

    Hi there. Would this still be relevant if someone built an extension on their house and part of the trench they needed to build extended on to a public footpath (leading to an injury) ?

  • zerojokez
    zerojokez 4 years ago

    Thank GOD!!!! For the Law Bank!!!! seriously

  • Khadine Harvey
    Khadine Harvey 4 years ago

    really helped me understand strict liability.

  • Daphne ssempasa
    Daphne ssempasa 4 years ago

    Do you aslo do contract lectures??? been watching your videos. very impressed! Thank you so much

  • Daphne ssempasa
    Daphne ssempasa 4 years ago

    very informative!!!!!!! Thank you so much. Owesome!!!!!!!

  • Norah Al Toraif
    Norah Al Toraif 5 years ago

    Thank you, Sir. Your videos are simple, clear and very informitive.

  • Maxwell Kambona
    Maxwell Kambona 5 years ago

    "I couldn't find any other pictures of dead joggers" cracked me up

  • Barbara's Corner
    Barbara's Corner 5 years ago

    I love your videos but the sound is too low... I really have to concentrate to hear :(