Introduction. Able to provide reader with a roadmap of the topic and how the essay will be addressing the issues concerned or difficulties posed by the question.
Able to list 3 scenarios of arrest where offences have been committed. Each adequately supported by references to the CPC and case laws.10 marks for each scenario. Students are discouraged from citing foreign cases.
Able to list 3 scenarios of arrest where offences have not yet taken place, but with the aim to prevent offences from taking place. Each adequately supported by references to the CPC and case laws. 10 marks for each scenario. Students are discouraged from citing foreign cases. Able to provide a good analysis of whether the police powers of arrests are excessive. And if excessive, should there be legal reforms (change the laws through Parliament)?
Conclusion: Able to summarize the essay and able to suggest any improvements to the exercise of police powers of arrest in Singapore.
References & Bibliography. Able to cite academic references from books, websites, news sites, etc.
3. If it is determined that one student has copied from another, both students will be penalised. The extent of the penalty will depend on the circumstances of the case.
4. Any student found plagiarizing from other works, published or unpublished, will be dealt with as in (3) above. All thoughts, ideas and quotes that are not originally the students should be acknowledged in the essay.
5. All assignments are to be submitted as follows:
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Police Officers in Singapore have wide powers to arrest without warrant. List 3 situations where offences have been committed. List 3 situations where it is done to prevent offences from being committed. Are these powers too extensive or insufficient? Discuss your answers with recommendations for review of the law (if any). Support your answers with citations of cases and academic publications. (See Rubric above for guidance).
LAW309 Criminal Law, Procedure and Evidence
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