R v Dalloway (1847)
- Dalloway let go of the reins of a horse
- During his lack of control, the horse caused the death of a child
- Could Dalloway be said to have caused the death of the child?
- Although Dalloway was culpable for not keeping control of the horses reins, this act did not cause the death of the child
- Control of the reins would not have prevented the child’s death
Posted in Criminal Law Revision Notes.
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