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Necessity is a complete defence to a criminal charge which means it leads to a verdict of ‘not guilty’.
You acted out of necessity if:
To rely on the defence, there must be evidence before the court that is capable of supporting a reasonable inference you acted out of necessity.
Once that evidence is before the court, the prosecution must disprove necessity ‘beyond reasonable doubt’ if it is unable to do so, you are entitled to an acquittal.
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