Defensive Homicide

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submit a report on the abolition of the offence of defensive homicide. Defensive Homicide- Proposals for Legislative Reform Consultation Paper by the
Department of Justice in” rel=”nofollow”>in September 2013 (Paper 1), Submission on Department of Justice’s
Consultation Paper (Paper 2) and Research Brief from the Parliamentary Library & Information Service
(Paper 3) (located under session 4 ), relevant newspaper articles and other appropriate material.

Students are required to use the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing 3 headin” rel=”nofollow”>ings in” rel=”nofollow”>in their report:
1. Explain” rel=”nofollow”>in (i) the reasons why the defence of provocation was abolished in” rel=”nofollow”>in Victoria in” rel=”nofollow”>in 2005 and (ii)
the reasons why the offence of defensive homicide was enacted under the Crimes (Homicide) Act 2005.

2. Explain” rel=”nofollow”>in the new law of self defence under the Crimes Amendment (Abolition of Defensive Homicide)
Act 2014 (‘the Act’) and the relevance of family violence where self defence is raised.

3. The Victorian Parliament recently abolished the offence of defensive homicide under the Act. This has
engendered mixed views. Those who supported the abolition argued that it was used in” rel=”nofollow”>in unin” rel=”nofollow”>intended
ways and that the defence was main” rel=”nofollow”>inly used by male crimin” rel=”nofollow”>inals who kill other men typically in” rel=”nofollow”>in alcohol
related attacks

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