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To establish the offence, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt:
You must be found not guilty if the prosecution cannot establish both of those ‘elements’.
The prosecution does not need to establish that another person was actually present at the scene of the conduct.
The offence can relate to both public and private places.
It cannot be established by the use of words alone.
The defences to Affray include:
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