By William Wilson
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Dennis  LR 901; ‘The Presumption of Innocence in English Criminal Law’, A. Ashworth and M. Blake  Crim LR 306. 4 How are the criminal law’s purposes discharged? 28 It seems that an increasingly large proportion of offences triable in the Crown Court29 include some form of derogation from the principle that it is for the prosecution to do the proving. Two ways in which this is done is via a statutory presumption or by incorporating in an otherwise strict liability offence a defence of ‘due diligence’ or ‘no intention’.
The economic and social structures of society depend on it. Yet no individual is affected by individual instances of tax evasion. State coercion is justified on the grounds of the public interests threatened rather than the victimisation of individuals. On the other side of the equation private interests will be offered support through the criminal law, but only where the protection of those interests is a matter of public interest. 02 (1). This is known as the principle of legality. The principle of responsibility.
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Criminal Law: Doctrine and Theory by William Wilson