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
Rookes v Barnard
......They would mean that, short of committing a crime, an individual could with impunity virtually compel a third person to do ......
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, ......
Three Rivers District Council v Governor and Company of the Bank of England (No. 3)
......1453 , at 1458. The tort bears some resemblance to the crime of misconduct in public office: Reg. v. Bowden  1 W.L.R. 98 . . ......
- Evans v Bartlam
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 ......
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 ......
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