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ABSTRACT

1. "Why did you start?" Introduction or background


You should summarise, preferably in one sentence, the current knowledge, or state-of-the-art,
specifically in relation to the work you are presenting.
With the advancement of technology and scientific breakthroughs criminal law and biology has
paved the way to a better understanding of the criminal mind and deduction of a criminals means
and methods. It even go so far as to explain what is happening inside their heads during the
commission of the crime through criminal psychology. A more recent discovery specifically in
genetics steps on the bound of criminal law. This is the discovery of the warrior gene. An
abnormality which creates the drive to fight back and stop the calm from setting in. its
emergence in criminal law is steadily emerging to explain why the criminal acted the way he did.
This is a classic battle between nature and nurture at its finest. And the question of what is
normal or the definition of a disease being pushed.


2. "What did you try to do?" Aims and objectives
Here, you should state the aim of the study, and ideally include a short statement of the study's
hypothesis. A legitimate scientific study is not done "to prove that something is true" but rather
"to find out whether it is true." The difference may seem small, but it makes a huge difference. A
formal hypothesis shows that you were objective.

This thesis aims to answer Ina scenario where a person is properly convicted of a crime why is
the recent divergence of the genetic crime ie the warrior gene not properly afforded to the
accused especially when the circumstances fit squarely to the facts of the case. Why is the
interpretation of the law limited to only diseases and personality disorder shy away from
conditions inherently attributable to the genetic make up of the person. All avenues whould be
exhausted especially in penalties where deprivation of liberty

The warrior gene can affect how people act in certain cirumstances, logical reasoning is absent
only the drive to snap. This paper seeks to expound on the profound effect of the warrior gene on
peresons and how this may be a cause why they commit crimes. With legal implications


3. "What did you do?" Methods
In an abstract, the description of the methods has to be concise, and much of the details of what
was done must be omitted. However, in a few short sentences, you can give the reader a good
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idea of the design of the study, the context in which it was done, and the types of patients or
measurements that were included.
In finding the answer this thesis examined aspects of the warrior gene both from a scientific and
legal approach. It also dwells on the intent and purpose of the law in providing for mitigating
circumstances. It also details when and where the mitigating circumstance of WG is to be applied.
In applying the WG in this jurisdiction a nurture counterpart is dissected namely the bws to
better see the parallelism and similarities of the two. To have a better understanding that the
warrior gene being supplanted in this jurisdiction is possible by examining the means and
methods of the supreme court in deciding people vs genosa.


4. "What did you find?" Results
It is important to give the main results of the study, not just in subjective terms ("We found
device X to be superior to device Y") but also in the form of some real data. You will need to
choose which findings to report here: it should be the most important data in your study, and the
findings on which your conclusions will be based. Do not include a table or figure unless you
need it to show your results.
A detailed observation of the the means and methods of how the supreme court decided people
vs genosa shows that the there is no legal infirmity in recognizing the warrior gene as a
mitigating circumstance even though its origin unlke the batered woman syndrome is completely
congenital. To illustrate there is no legal infirmity in recognizing autism as an illness to prove
mitigation of penalty. Autism is songenital. In addition, an examination on the mechanism and
machinations on how it operates shows that it cannot be included in the present statutory
enumeration but it is possible to include it in the interpretation under paragraph 10.


5. "What does it mean?" Conclusions
Here, space limitations generally limit you to a single sentence of why you think your findings
are important, and their potential implications. Keep your conclusions reasonable and
supportable by the findings of your study. Remember that if your study was restricted to certain
patients, or a particular therapy, or a specific device, its results may not extend beyond these
restrictions.

Thus, this thesis

More than just reconciling the law and jurisprudence, this paper aims to give aid to the
common man living his common life. This may just give him the hope and confidence he needs
to give back the confidence once lost in his government and maybe aim to give not only his
confidence but be an exemplary citizen like those of Australians to their government.

The time has never been so ripe to address this technical and substantial anomaly in the
law and jurisprudence. One of the issues in this paper is to weigh the technical importance of the
law that may have clouded the interpretation of the intent of the law against the express
constitutional mandate and the patent intent of the sovereign people.






















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With the advancement of technology and scientific breakthroughs criminal law and biology has
paved the way to a better understanding of the criminal mind and deduction of a criminals means
and methods. It even go so far as to explain what is happening inside their heads during the
commission of the crime through criminal psychology. A more recent discovery specifically in
genetics steps on the bound of criminal law. This is the discovery of the warrior gene. An
abnormality which creates the drive to fight back and stop the calm from setting in. its
emergence in criminal law is steadily emerging to explain why the criminal acted the way he did.
This is a classic battle between nature and nurture at its finest. And the question of what is
normal or the definition of a disease being pushed.The advancement of technology and scientific
discovery has paved the way to a better understanding of the criminal mind, and the means and
methods by which he commits it. This has resulted in the close divergence of science and
criminal law. It even goes so far as to explain what happens inside the minds of the person
during the commission of the crime through criminal psychology. A relatively new discovery in
behavioral genetics that steps on the bounds of criminal law is the abnormally shorter version of
the Monoamine Oxidase-A (MAO-A) gene or more popularly dubbed as the warrior gene. The
abnormally shorter MAO-A gene has been associated with heightened levels of aggression.

This thesis aims to answer Ina scenario where a person is properly convicted of a crime why is
the recent divergence of the genetic crime ie the warrior gene not properly afforded to the
accused especially when the circumstances fit squarely to the facts of the case. Why is the
interpretation of the law limited to only diseases and personality disorder shy away from
conditions inherently attributable to the genetic make up of the person. All avenues whould be
exhausted especially in penalties where deprivation of liberty

The warrior gene can affect how people act in certain cirumstances, logical reasoning is absent
only the drive to snap. This paper seeks to expound on the profound effect of the warrior gene on
peresons and how this may be a cause why they commit crimes. With legal implications
This thesis aims to harmonize the discovery of the warrior gene and criminal law by presenting
how it affects people in certain circumstances which drives them to act without the proper
mental and rational faculties. This study aims to expound on the profound effect of the warrior
gene coupled with and adverse environment during childhood on persons and how this may be a
cause why they commit crimes. The purpose of this study is to afford the convicted person all
avenues of reprieve especially when the person has no complete control of his actions. This
thesis does not disprove the commission of the crime but only its mitigation. Stated otherwise, it
is the issue of penalty imposed rather than the crime done that is the gravamen of the discussion.
In finding the answer this thesis examined aspects of the warrior gene both from a scientific and
legal approach. It also dwells on the intent and purpose of the law in providing for mitigating
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circumstances. It also details when and where the mitigating circumstance of WG is to be applied.
In applying the WG in this jurisdiction a nurture counterpart is dissected namely the bws to
better see the parallelism and similarities of the two. To have a better understanding that the
warrior gene being supplanted in this jurisdiction is possible by examining the means and
methods of the supreme court in deciding people vs genosa.In finding the answer, this thesis
aims to examine the aspects of the warrior gene both from a scientific and legal standpoint. It
also dwells on the intent and purpose of the law in providing for mitigating circumstances. It
also details the conditions where the warrior gene is applied as a mitigating circumstance in
cases decided in other jurisdictions. In applying the warrior gene in this jurisdiction, the
Battered Woman Sydrome as presented in People vs Genosa will be presented to draw a
parallelism to highlight their similarities. It will simply show a scenario how the warrior gene
should be presented in court in the same way the Battered Woman Syndrome was pleaded.
A detailed observation of the the means and methods of how the supreme court decided people
vs genosa shows that the there is no legal infirmity in recognizing the warrior gene as a
mitigating circumstance even though its origin unlke the batered woman syndrome is completely
congenital. To illustrate there is no legal infirmity in recognizing autism as an illness to prove
mitigation of penalty. Autism is songenital. In addition, an examination on the mechanism and
machinations on how it operates shows that it cannot be included in the present statutory
enumeration but it is possible to include it in the interpretation under paragraph 10.A close
perusal of the means and methods of how the Supreme Court appreciated the Battered Woman
Syndrome in People vs Genosa shows that there is no legal infirmity in recognizing the warrior
gene as a mitigating circumstance even though it is completely genetic in origin. Furthermore,
an examination on the mechanism on how it operates shows that it cannot be included in the
present statutory enumeration of mitigating circumstances in the Revised Penal Code. The
warrior gene as a mitigating circumstance however converges on the basis of some statutory
mitigating circumstances especially those which bases are diminution of intent and intelligence.
This shows that there is a lesser perversity in the commission in the crime which would warrant
a mitigation in penalty.
More than just reconciling harmonizing the
law science and jurisprudencecriminal law, this paper aims to give aid to the common man
living his common life. This may just give him the hope and confidence he needs to tilt the scales
of justice to an even more equal scale.give back the confidence once lost in his government and
maybe aim to give not only his confidence but be an exemplary citizen like those of Australians
to their government.


The time has never been so ripe to address this
technical and substantial anomaly in the law and jurisprudence. One of the issues in this paper
is to weigh the technical importance of the law that may have clouded the interpretation of the
intent of the law against the express constitutional mandate and the patent intent of the sovereign
people.
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