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The Sexual Offences Act 2003 and the Tyrrell principle - criminalising the victims?

Bohlander, M. (2005) 'The Sexual Offences Act 2003 and the Tyrrell principle - criminalising the victims?', Criminal law review. . pp. 701-713.

Abstract

Examines the relationship between the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and the Tyrrell principle. Discusses the origins and scope of the Tyrrell principle that a victim can be guilty of participation in the offence unless the law is designed for the protection of the victim. Considers whether the Act contains a discernible policy of protected interests or persons through a survey of the offences created and the age brackets for offenders and victims.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Child protection, Sexual offences, Victims.
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Record Created:31 Oct 2008
Last Modified:27 Feb 2015 10:07

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