In Torts The Law Looks To The Person Damaged And Seeks To Make Him Whole Without

In torts the law “looks to the person damaged . . . and seeks to make him whole, without reference to the purpose or the condition, mental or physical, of the person causing the damage.” This court statement seeks to contrast torts with the criminal law. Explain thoroughly the extent to which this statement is correct with regard to some similarities and differences between the criminal law and torts.

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