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My Angus: 25 to 31 March 2024

Scots Law Talks Criminal Law Series: The Guilty Act

Thursday 28 March
6pm to 8pm

Scots Law Talks aim to provide the public with knowledge and to encourage enthusiasm about law, as well as to empower students to pursue their dreams in higher education. Their talks explore the intricacies of the Scottish legal system and shed light on important topics, such as law, crime and justice.

During My Angus, Scots Law Talks will deliver their latest talk in the Criminal Law Series: The Guilty Act at Arbroath Library. Attendees will become members of the jury as they examine the case of Mr Ernest Ramsay throughout the evening. They will then need to collectively determine his fate: will they find him innocent or guilty.

As you journey through true-crime cases, you will consider questions such as what is a guilty act, what happens if you commit an offence by accident, and can you commit a crime in your sleep?

Standard tickets are £18.00. Student tickets are £13.00. These can be purchased online at Light refreshments are included within the ticket price.

Please note that this talk is suitable for 16+ due to mature themes and discussion on crimes.

Scots Law Talks: The Guilty Act

Arbroath Library
Hill Terrace
DD11 1AH