Thinking as the Defence Attorney, review your Crown Brief and plan your “Cross-Examination” you would have for the Crown’s witnesses in order to establish the following;
1. The Crown has not addressed all the “Facts-In-Issue” for the criminal offence. List 5 questions and explain why you have chosen them. (25 marks)
2. A “Reasonable Doubt” could be raised to dispute Crown’s claim that a criminal offence has occurred beyond a reasonable doubt. List 5 questions and explain why you have chosen them. (25 marks)
Total 50 marks (worth 10% of final grade)
“Fact in issue” in criminal cases are those that the Crown Prosecutor will have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt if it is to succeed, together with any facts that the accused may wish….