Garratt v. Dailey - 42385

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Crimes are often classified into two major categories: mala se prohibitum (i.e., wrong [as or because] prohibited) and mala in se (i.e., wrong or evil in itself). Provide an example of each and explain why your chosen example fits the related category.

Review the case Garratt v. Dailey

Battery is defined as touching another person without his or her consent. Discuss the court’s holding, and support or oppose the court’s position. Explain your answer.

 

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