[ mˈɛnz ɹˈi͡ə], [ mˈɛnz ɹˈiə], [ m_ˈɛ_n_z ɹ_ˈiə]
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How to use "Mens rea" in context?
Mens Rea, also known as criminal intent, is a legal principle that establishes criminal liability when someone intending to commit a crime actually commits that crime. In general, mens rea requires someone to have had the specific intent to commit a crime, regardless of whether or not they have actually carried out the act. This principle is based on the idea that an individual is responsible for their actions, and is not protected by the law if they did not physically commit the crime.
Homophones for Mens rea:
- mockery, musher, magic square, menagerie, Masora, money cowrie, maiger, mazer, monsieur, mocker, maser, maigre, manager, monger, Mesozoic Era, manchuria, manger, muscari, massager, missouri, mauser, massacre, minicar, masquer, mouse hare, moneymaker, mouser, measure, miser, misery, mouse ear, manicure, mimicry, megaera, measurer, meager, masseur, major, mincer, mysore, mascara, meagre, mugger, moniker, maseru, micro, maker, mimicker, masher, moocher, mucor, makaira, menninger, macer, muser, make grow, miscarry, macro, muncher, Masorah, magyar, mcgraw, Mick Jagger, masker, mixer, mojarra, make sure.
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