Crime and Sentencing in UK Law
- Ladd v Marshall
R (Razgar) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
...... well-being of the country and the prevention of disorder and crime. . . 8 The Court concluded that implementation of ......
- R v Turnbull
- Birkett v James
R v Galbraith
...... those cases where the minimum evidence to establish the facts of the crime has not been called. It is not the judge's job to weigh the evidence, ......
R v Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex parte Doody ; R v Same, ex parte Pierson ; R v Same, ex parte Smart ; R v Same, ex parte Pegg
....... Lord Mustill My Lords, . 5 The sentencing of a convicted murderer according to English law is a unique formality. ...This singularity is not to be accounted for by the fact that the crime has resulted in the death of the victim, since although the offence of ......
- Evans v Bartlam
Rookes v Barnard
......They would mean that, short of committing a crime, an individual could with impunity virtually compel a third person to do ......
Broome v Cassell & Company Ltd
...... without any of the safeguards which protect those charged with crimes. If therefore the working of the law before Rookes v. Barnard is exposed ......
- Antaios Compania Naviera S.A. v Salen Rederierna A.B.
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