#crime #law #oapa
In R v Savage; Parmenter  1 AC 699, the House of Lords reaffirmed the interpretation of maliciously as laid down R v Mowatt  1QB 421:
'It is quite unnecessary that the accused should have foreseen that his unlawful act might cause physical harm of the gravity described in the section, i.e. a wound or serious physical injury. It is enough that he [foresaw] ... that some physical harm to some person, albeit of a minor character, might result.' (Per Lord Diplock.)
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