What do you think are the main factors in our society that have caused high divorce rates? Do you foresee a time in the near future when virtually no couples will remain married to each other throughout their lives?
ch, I shall go through the law’s deficiencies and recommendations for improvement. The purpose of this project shall be to identify the problems and ascertain the enhancements brought to the current law of attempt. Such shall be done through the scrutiny of leading attempt case law such as Anderton v Ryan , Geddes or Gullefer , at the same time, we shall go through the commentaries done within judgments, commission reports or articles. Eventually, with the aim to question whether reforms are essential and what recommendations would be the most suitable one to the existing law, the last part of this project, shall illustrate the different proposals for reforms brought or attempted at different levels towards the existing issues. Such is done by going through the identified uncertainties of the Criminal Attempts Act 1981 and discrepancies upon judgements made. With the ultimate goal to guide our research towards a substantive opinion and conclusion, Law Commission reports, and other resources abstracts in this area of law shall be thoroughly assessed and scrutinised. History and early Law of Attempts Before we go through the Criminal Attempts Act 1981, it is imperative that we go back in the past. A cursory historical review of the law of criminal attempt may thus be valuable in the formulation of this problem. Criminal attempt is well-known to have been manifested for its numerous deficiencies in early English law. There is not the least proposition of the theory or a general doctrine indeed one might hardly assume any. However, there seems to have been no final outcomes of liability for wrongdoing that fell short of the major crimes. Before the Criminal Attempts Act 1981, such was alleged that it was a crime to attempt to commit a criminal offence . What was less straightforward and opened the doors to doubts was at which stage the respondent became guilty of attempting to commit a crime. One might need to lay down tests which came under the common law to conclude whether the defendant act could be held to be an attempt. The fears threatening harmony and well-being in a society like that of the sixteenth-century in England must have incited the court of Star Chamber to punish a large number of likely harms through legal maxims, hoping to tweak anticipated viciousness until 1640, predominantly used for severe offences of national security. Initially, the authoritarianism of attempts is found as an exercise of criminal policy in the measures adopt>GET ANSWER