r v bryce 2004

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  • Nedrick -Smith v Director of Public Prosecutions, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, November 15, 2006, [2006] EWHC 3015 (Admin)

    J U D G M E N T 1. LORD JUSTICE WALLER: The appellant appeals against the decision of the Wolverhampton Magistrates of 13th June 2006. They convicted her of an offence of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, contrary to section 47 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861. It is common ground that Heather Lewis was assaulted on 6th November...

    ... He has submitted that on the findings of the magistrates the appellant was clearly at the very least an accessory who aided and abetted the commission of the offence. He relies on R v Bryce [2004] 2 Cr App R 592, and in particular he relies on certain passages in the judgment of the court given by Potter LJ. The passages relied on show that there is a great deal in common between the ...

  • Secondary Liability In The Criminal Law

    ...Reardon [1999] CLR 392;. iii. D must contemplate the risk of a real possibility that P will commit the offence: R v. Bryce [2004] EWCA Crim. 1231;. iv. D must foresee that it is likely that P will commit the offence: R v. Webster [2006] EWCA Crim. 415. 35. It is debateable as to whether these cases are a safe guide ...

  • Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber), August 15, 2014, [2014] UKUT 467 (AAC)

    The decision of the First-tier Tribunal held at Glasgow on 1 August 2013 was erroneous in law, but on the basis of the materials and submissions presented in this appeal, that error was not material. The appellant's appeal against the making of an ``under-occupancy reduction'' from his Housing Benefit fails. REASONS FOR DECISION Introduction ...

    ... Neither of the respondents has taken issue with the appellant's way of proceeding in this appeal. Accordingly, at an oral hearing in which the appellant was represented by Mr Bryce, Advocate, the first respondents by Mr McDonald, Solicitor, and the second respondents by Mr Webster, Advocate, I was invited to rule on whether the appellant had a seriously arguable case which ...

  • Secretary of State for Home Department (Appellant) v MN and KY (Respondents) (Scotland)

    ...McCarthy and Co) Respondent (KY) Michael Howlin QC Joe Bryce (Instructed by Drummond . Miller LLP; Peter G Farrell Solicitors) LORD CARNWATH (with whom Lord Neuberger, Lord Clarke, Lord Hughes and Lord Hodge agree) . Introduction . 1. A crucial issue in ...

  • O'Neil v Gale, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 06, 2013, [2013] EWCA Civ 1554

    1. On any basis, this is an unfortunate case. Taking the uncontested parts of the judgment of Mr David Donaldson QC at face value, Mrs Faye Gale, the Defendant (``Mrs Gale''), seems to have been a naïve young woman, who was swept away by a dishonest man many years her senior. She met him, married him and bore him two children in a matter of less

    ...The law on aiding the commission of criminal offences. 10. The parties were broadly in agreement as to the law. 11. In Regina v. Bryce [2004] EWCA Crim 1231, the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) (Potter LJ and Hooper and Astill JJ) said this at paragraph 71 about the mens rea necessary for an offence of assisting the commission ...

  • Bryce, R. v, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, May 18, 2004, [2004] EWCA Crim 1231

    1. On 17 December 2002 in the Crown Court at Nottingham before Mackay J and a jury the appellant was convicted by a majority verdict of 10 to 2 of murder upon Count 1 of an indictment in which he appeared charged with a number of co-defendants. On 13 January 2003 he was sentenced to life imprisonment. An alternative count of Assisting An Offender...

  • McGowan (Procurator Fiscal, Edinburgh) (Appellant) v B (Respondent) (Scotland)

    ... Heard on 11 and 12 October 2011 . Appellant (McGowan) Respondent (B) Joanna Cherry QC John Scott QC P Jonathan Brodie QC. Kenneth J Campbell QC . Douglas Fairley . Ian Bryce . (Instructed by The Appeals Unit, Crown Office) . (Instructed by Central Criminal Lawyers) . LORD HOPE . 1. This is a reference of a devolution issue which has arisen in proceedings in the Sheriff ...

  • Tchenguiz & Ors v Imerman, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 29, 2010, [2010] EWCA Civ 908

    2. These are interlocutory appeals. They arise in the context of ancillary relief proceedings between Vivian Imerman and Elizabeth Tchenguiz Imerman. They raise fundamentally important questions in relation to the so-called Hildebrand rules: see Hildebrand v Hildebrand [1992] 1 FLR 244. A preliminary overview will help to identify the key issues w...

    ...A wife may be counsel in the courts against her husband. A husband may be counsel against his wife. Each has a separate intellectual life and activities. Moreover, as Lord Bryce has said, the modern notion is that it is one's right to assert one's own individuality: see Lord Bryce's Studies in History and Jurisprudence, vol. ii., pp. 459, 463. We are probably completing the ...

  • Sheffoeld City Council v E & Anor, Court of Appeal - Family Division, December 02, 2004, [2004] EWHC 2808 (Fam)

    The judgment is being distributed on the strict understanding that in any report no person other than the advocates or the solicitors instructing them (and other persons identified by name in the judgment itself) may be identified by name or location and that in particular the anonymity of the defendants must be strictly preserved. Case No: FD04P0...

    ...A wife may be counsel in the courts against her husband. A husband may be counsel against his wife. Each has a separate intellectual life and activities. Moreover, as Lord Bryce has said, the modern notion is that it is one's right to assert one's own individuality''. He added:. ``We are probably completing the transition from the family to the personal epoch of women''. ...

  • Jackson and others (Appellants) v. Her Majesty's Attorney General (Respondent) (HTML version), (2005)

    ..."A State can be unquestionably sovereign although it has no legislature which is completely sovereign. As Bryce points out in his Studies in History and Jurisprudence (1901 ed, vol II, p 53) legal sovereignty may be divided between two authorities. In the case of the Union, legal sovereignty is or may be ...

  • Jackson and others (Appellants) v. Her Majesty's Attorney General (Respondent) (HTML version), (2005)

    ..."A State can be unquestionably sovereign although it has no legislature which is completely sovereign. As Bryce points out in his Studies in History and Jurisprudence (1901 ed, vol II, p 53) legal sovereignty may be divided between two authorities. In the case of the Union, legal sovereignty is or may be ...

  • Bantick, R. v, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, May 18, 2007, [2007] EWCA Crim 1404

    J U D G M E N T 1. Dame Heather Steel: On 9th March 2007, in the Crown Court at Ipswich, the appellant, Suzanne Louise Bantick, who is 27 years of age, pleaded guilty to five offences of theft. On 19th April 2007 she was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment in respect of counts 3, 5 and 6 of the indictment. In respect of counts 1 and 2 no separat...

    ... Accordingly we grant leave so that we may consider this matter this morning. 3. Briefly the facts of the offences are these. A Mrs Diana Bryce, together with her husband Richard, ran two businesses in Hintlesham. "Birch Farm" started in September 2002. It was a nursery which started with about 30 children a day but which grew to about 84 ...

  • Flaherty v National Greyhound Racing Club Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 08, 2004, [2004] EWHC 2838 (Ch)

    1. On the 10th September 2002 the claimant (``TF'') the owner and trainer of a greyhound known as Knockeevan King (``the Animal'') was found guilty of breaches of rules 4A(i)(b), 152(a)(b) and 174(a)(i) of the rules (``The Rules'') of the National Greyhound Racing Club Ltd (``the NGRC'') and of the directions of the Stewards made under those rules,

    ... He did so from a prepared script which was produced in evidence. He was also armed, he said with three statements, from Mr Hastie his vet in Scotland, from Mr Fegan a vet and from a Mr Bryce Wilson a friend of his who was also an NGRC licence holder. None of the writers of these statements were present at the Inquiry and their statements were not amongst the papers sent to the Stewards. ...

  • Employers' Liability Policy 'Trigger' Litigation, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, November 21, 2008, [2008] EWHC 2692 (QB)

    Lawrence West QC & A. John Williams (instructed by Plexus Law) for the Second Defendant (instructed by Kennedys) for the Third Defendant (instructed by DLA Piper UK LLP) for the Fourth Defendant (instructed by Kennedys) for the Fifth Defendant (instructed by Milton Keynes District Council) for the Sixth Defendant (instructed by Sparling, Benham & B...

    ...This practice arose as a result of Bryce v Swan Hunter Group plc (``Bryce'') [1987] 2 Lloyd's Law Rep 426, in which Dr Rudd gave expert evidence to that effect, which was accepted by Phillips J (as he then was), so as to exclude one of the ...

  • Entertainu Ltd, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government & Regions & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, October 26, 2004, [2004] EWHC 2566 (Admin)

    J U D G M E N T1. MR JUSTICE RICHARDS: The claimant company runs what is known as a hostess bar in the basement of premises at 26 Wardour Street, London W1. The second defendant, Westminster City Council, refused it planning permission to continue that use. The council also issued an Enforcement Notice requiring the use to cease. The claimant a...

    ...The section 288 challenge and the section 289 appeal are both dismissed. . Yes, Mr Sharland? . 36. MR SHARLAND: A couple of matters: firstly, you referred to Westminster's witness as Mr Bryce, it is Mr Bruce and secondly, we would ask for our costs. Do you have a statement of costs? . 37. MR JUSTICE RICHARDS: I think I have the claimant's statement of costs, but not yours. . 38. MR ...

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  • Public And Regulatory Law Group Alerter May 2013

    ...To find out more please click here. New Appointment. The GPhC has announced the appointment of Claire Bryce-Smith as new Director of Inspection and Fitness to Practise. Claire has held the position of Acting Director since November 2012. To find out more about this appointment please click here. Actions ...

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