Joint Enterprise in UK Law

  • Joint Enterprise
    • No. 79-5, October 2015
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
    All forms of secondary liability require justification as an exception to the rule that one should not be held criminally liable for the actions of another. Such a justification is particularly dif...
  • Joint Enterprise Murder
    • No. 80-3, June 2016
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
    The law on joint enterprise murder has been harsh on secondary parties and in R v Jogee the Supreme Court attempts to alleviate this harshness by reversing an incomplete and erroneous reading of th...
  • Joint Criminal Enterprise
    • No. 73-4, July 2010
    • The Modern Law Review
    The doctrine of joint criminal enterprise is in disarray. Despite repeated judicial scrutiny at the highest level, the doctrine's scope, proper doctrinal basis and function in relation to other mod...
  • Joint Enterprise Liability as Omissions
    • No. 80-2, April 2016
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
    This article argues that joint enterprise liability should be conceptualised under the doctrine of omissions as conceived in the recent case of Evans. As such, liability under joint enterprise is t...
  • Joint Enterprise—Withdrawal
    • No. 63-6, December 1999
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
  • Joint Enterprise—Withdrawal
    • No. 63-6, December 1999
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
  • Silence, joint enterprise and the legal trap
    • No. 22-5, November 2022
    • Criminology & Criminal Justice
    The so-called ‘wall of silence’ presents a threat to successful police investigations and criminal trials. Explanations for it have focused on cultural narratives, including distrust in the police,...
  • Silence, joint enterprise and the legal trap
    • No. 22-5, November 2022
    • Criminology & Criminal Justice
    • 0000
    The so-called ‘wall of silence’ presents a threat to successful police investigations and criminal trials. Explanations for it have focused on cultural narratives, including distrust in the police,...
  • Dangerous Patterns: Joint Enterprise and the Culture of Criminal Law
    • No. 32-3, June 2023
    • Social & Legal Studies
    • 0000
    This paper develops a methodological framework to understand criminal laws as cultural artefacts—as manifestations of structures, processes and struggles which are part of the broader social (re)pr...
  • Joint Enterprise Liability: Recent Developments and Judicial Responses
    • No. 83-2, April 2019
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    • 0000
    This article reconsiders the decision in R v Jogee [2016] UKSC 8 and the merits of joint enterprise liability. The article is structured in three sections. First, it outlines the background to the ...
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