Assignment Brief In your assignment, you should: You are to consider the below tasks (Part A/Part B) for your assignment. There is an overall word count of 2300-2500 and guidance per task has been given. All tasks should be completed and uploaded on one document: - Part A - You are a trainee lawyer and you are working in the Criminal Department. You are asked to draft an information sheet entitled “what is a crime” on the basic elements of a crime. The information sheet will contain approximately 800 words and should: - • Describe and evaluate the function and purpose of criminal law • Identify the actus reus of a crime; • Identify the mens rea of a crime; (UAC 1.1 and 2.1) Part B (1500-1700 words) – A solicitor in your department has just come back from a police station visit where she interviewed two suspects. She has interviewed the first suspect arrested for violence against two people. One victim suffered severe bruising after being punched and kicked and the other victim was stabbed three times and is recovering in hospital. In order that the solicitor can give follow up advice to the new client you are required to identify the total range of non-fatal and fatal offences and decide which ones may have been committed by the suspect. (UAC 3.1 and 4.1). The second suspect has been arrested for breaking into a house by smashing a window and stealing a PlayStation 3. In order that the solicitor can give follow up advice to the new client you are required to identify the total range of property offences and decide which ones may have been committed by the suspect. (UAC 5.1). Your work should not contain any grammatical or typographical errors and should be word processed as one document with a total word count of between 2300-2500 words. Guidance as to anticipated word count has been included above. To increase your score, you should ensure that you use credible sources such as e-lawresources.co.uk and use Harvard Referencing appropriately and correctly. You should also ensure you use case law and statutory law to support your work.