Points to Prove

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  1. Offences Against the Person Act 1861 - Sec 47  -
    ABH
    Points to prove:

    • ·        Date &Location
    • ·        Unlawfully
    • ·        Assaulted
    • ·        Another Person
    • ·        Occasioning him/her
    • ·        Actual Bodily Harm
  2. CJA 1988 - Sec 39  - Common Assault
    Points to prove:

    • · Date &Location
    • · Unlawfully
    • · Assaulted
    • · Another Person
  3. POA 1986-Sec 3 - Affray
    Points to prove:

    • ·        Used/threatened
    • ·        Unlawful violence
    • ·        Towards another
    • · And his/her conduct was such as would cause
    • ·        A person of reasonable firmness
    • ·        To fear for personal safety
  4. POA 1986 – Sec 4 –

    Fear and Provocation of Violence
    Points to prove:

    • · Uses towards another
    • · Threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour

    With intent to either

    • o   Cause that person to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against him/her/another by any person
    •         
    • Or

    o   That person was likely to believe that such violence would be used or likely that such violence would be provoked.
  5. POA 1986 – Sec 4a –
    Intentional Harassment, Alarm or Distress
    Points to prove:

    • · Uses Threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour
    • Or
    • ·Towards another person

    • =With intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress
    • =And caused that person/another person harassment, alarm or distress
  6. POA 1986 – Sec 5 – Harassment, Alarm or Distress
    Points to prove:

    · Uses Threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour

    Or

    · Displayed writing/sign/visible representation threatening/abusive/insulting


    .....within hearing/sight of a person likely to be caused harassment/alarm/distress with the intention/an awareness that his conduct/actions would have that effect
  7. Breach of the Peace – Common Law
    Points to prove:

    • ·        Behaved in a manner
    • ·        Whereby a breach of the peace
    • ·        Was occasioned/likely to be occasioned
  8. Theft Act 1968 – Section 1 – Theft
    Points to prove:

    • ·        Dishonestly
    • ·        Appropriates
    • ·        Property
    • ·        Belonging to another
    • ·        Intention to permanently deprive the other of it
  9. Theft Act 1968 – Section 9 –
    Burglary
    Points to prove:

    • ·Enters
    • ·A building/part of a building
    • ·As a trespasser
    • ·With intent
    • ·To steal property therein/inflict grievous bodily harm on person therein/do unlawful damage to the building or anything therein

    Or

    • · Having entered
    • · A building/part of a building
    • · As a trespasser
    • · Stole or attempted to steal anything therein/inflicted or attempted to inflict grievous bodily harm on any person therein
  10. Theft Act 1968 – Section 12 – TWOC
    Points to prove:

    • ·        Without consent of the owner/lawful authority
    • ·        Took a conveyance
    • ·        For his/another’s use
  11. CJA Act 1988 – Section 139 – Points and Blades in Public Place
    • Points to prove: 
    • ·        Had with them
    • ·        Without good reason/lawful authority
    • ·        Article being bladed/sharply pointed
    • ·        In a public place
  12. Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 –Section 5(2) – Possession of Drugs
    • Points to prove: 
    • ·        Possessed
    • ·        A controlled drug of class A, B or C
  13. Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 –Section 5(3) – Possession with intent to supply
    • Points to prove: 
    • ·        Possessed
    • ·        A controlled drug of class A, B or C
    • ·        With intentto supply
  14. Criminal Damage Act 1971 – Sec 1 (1) – Criminal Damage
    • Points to prove: 
    • · Without lawful excuse
    • · Destroyed or damaged
    • · Property belonged to another
    • · Intended to damage/destroy such property
    • Or 
    • · Being reckless whether it was destroyed or damaged
  15. Criminal Damage Act 1971 – Sec 1 (3) –
    Arson
    • · Without lawful excuse
    • · Destroyed or damaged
    • · By fire
    • · Property belonged to another
    • · Intended to damage/destroy such property
    • Or 
    • · Being reckless whether it was destroyed or damaged
  16. Police Reform Act 2002 – Sec  50 –
    Persons Acting in an Anti-Social Manner
    A person whom a constable had reason to believe:

    • - had been/was acting in an anti-social manner
    • - failed to provide their name and address
    • or
    • -when required by constable to provide name and address gave false/inaccurate details.
  17. CJA Act 1988 – Sec 91 – Drunk & Disorderly
    • Points to prove: 
    • ·        While in a public place
    • ·        Whilst Drunk
    • ·        Behaved Disorderly
  18. Police Reform Act 2002- Sec 59 – Vehicles used in a manner Causing Alarm
    • Points to prove:
    • ·        Failed to stop
    • ·        A moving vehicle 
    • ·        On the order of a PC in uniform
    • ·        He having reasonable grounds for believing
    • ·        That the vehicle was being used in a manner which contravened Ss3 or 34 of the Road Traffic Act 1988
    • o  And
    • ·        Caused/was likely to cause
    • ·        Alarm, distress or annoyance to members of the public
  19. Road Traffic Act 1988 - Sec 2 - 
    Dangerous Driving
    • Points to prove:
    • - drove a mechanically propelled vehicle
    • - on a road / other public place
    • - drove dangerously
  20. Theft Act 1968 - Section 22 -
    Handling Stolen Goods
    Points to prove:

    • - otherwise than in the course of stealing
    • - knows / believes goods to be stolen
    • - dishonestly receives them

    or

    • - dishonestly undertook/assisted
    • - in the retention / removal / disposal / realisation of them 
    • - or arranged to do so 
    • - by / for the benefit of another

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