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Recklessly - WikiCrimeLine (1170 words)
Recklessness is a subjective test in keeping with a basic principle of criminal law that there should be a culpable state of mind before any conviction for serious crime.
In short, if he knew or foresaw that the complainant might suffer bodily harm and chose to take the risk that she would, recklessness sufficient for the purposes of the mens rea for section 20 was established.
Recklessness as defined by the House of Lords in R v G [2004] 1 AC 1034.
Recklessness (162 words)
Recklessness is wanton disregard for the dangers of a situation.
However, recklessness is more commonly regarded as a vice - this same soldier may be a liability to his own side, or get himself killed for no benefit.
Furthermore, recklessness can also be a disregard for the safety of others, such as "reckless driving", and this type of recklessness is almost universally condemned.
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