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    Can anyone think of an example of when an affirmative action may also be ambiguous?

    I am thinking particularly in the context of situations where one might be requested to grant informed consent to something or other.

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    Nothin' here. What about you Adders?

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    In the context of sexual offences

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    Quote Originally Posted by the big bambino View Post
    Nothin' here. What about you Adders?
    I don't understand the question


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adders View Post
    I don't understand the question
    I'm not sure you're meant to - if there's one thing worse than a lawyer for talking bollocks it's an academic lawyer

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    In the context of sexual offences
    Good, excellent. Do you have any examples, Fred?

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    I had in mind two scenarios, first where the victim consents to some sexuality, but not intercourse or, secondly, where having initially consented withdraws that consent eg the situation where you get to the vinegar strokes, call out the wrong name and a game of buckaroo follows

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    Haha, that just reminds me of that case where some girl left her window open with a ladder propped up against it so that her boyfriend could get in, and she ended up having sex with some random stranger.

    But yes, thank you for those examples. They will come in handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Haha, that just reminds me of that case where some girl left her window open with a ladder propped up against it so that her boyfriend could get in, and she ended up having sex with some random stranger.
    R v Julius ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    R v Julius ?
    It all happened so fast.



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