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Honest and Reasonable Mistake is a defence to ‘strict liability’ offences which are offences for which the prosecution does not need to prove that you acted with a level of negligence, recklessness or intent.
Strict liability offences include:
You are not guilty of these offences if you are able to prove, ‘on the balance of probabilities’, that:
The defence may be appropriate to use where:
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