Investigation in UK Law
- R (Walumba Lumba and another) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
Liversidge v Anderson
......Inasmuch as the very words referred to proceeding by summons which necessarily involved an investigation into the guilt or not of the person in question, it was considered by all the members of this House quite clear that the word was capable of both ......
Leachinsky v Christie
......I owe most of what follows to the erudition of my noble and learned friend, Lord du Parcq, who made a careful investigation of the recorded law after the arguments were concluded. . . 18 Take first the text books. Burn's Justice of the Peace is a work of ......
Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v Rossminster Ltd .; Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v AJR Financial Services Ltd .; Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v Plummer .; Commissioners of Inland Revenue and Another v Tucker,
......, a bank, without this knowledge the occupier of the premises is totally unable to protect his customers' confidential information from investigation and seizure. I cannot believe that this does not call for a fresh look by Parliament. But, on the plain words of the enactment, the officers are ......
- Anton Piller KG v Manufacturing Processes Ltd
Glinski v Mclver
......The Respondent, who had for no long time been employed in the Fraud Department of New Scotland Yard, had been entrusted with the investigation of them. In these frauds a person or persons giving the names of Davies, Martin and Higgins were clearly concerned. In the course of his enquiries, ......
Mohammed-Holgate v Duke
...... of conjecture or surmise where proof is lacking: 'I suspect but I cannot prove.' Suspicion arises at or near the starting point of an investigation of which the obtaining of prima facie proof is the end. When such proof has been obtained, the police case is complete; it is ready for trial and ......
- Herniman v Smith
O'Hara v UK
...... (1981), pp. 19 et seq. and Appendix 9.2 of The Investigation and Prosecution of Criminal Offences in England and Wales: The Law and Procedure, the Royal Commission on Criminal Procedure, (Cmnd 8092-1), (1981) ......
R v Keane
......This was because it had been agreed that the arresting officers would not answer questions as to investigations prior to 10.25 p.m. on 19 February, but such questions were to be addressed to the Detective Chief Inspector. Mr Sylvester submitted that it was now ......
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