Boolaky v DPP

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtUnspecified Court
Date1995
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4 cases
  • Hurnam v State of Mauritius
    • United Kingdom
    • Privy Council
    • 15 December 2005
    ...of Public Prosecutions [1993] SCJ 185; Dhooky v Director of Public Prosecutions [1993] MR 340; Boolaky v Director of Public Prosecutions [1995] MR 56; Soobratty v The State [1995] SCJ 277; Director of Public Prosecutions v District Magistrate of Port Louis [1997] MR 158. In a number of thes......
  • Thelston Brooks v Attorney General The Commissioner of Police
    • Anguilla
    • High Court
    • 15 January 2007
    ...or a defendant. 16 In respect of the decisions in a line of cases beginning withJogessur -v- the DPP8, including Dhooky -v- DPP9 and Boolaky -v- DPP10 and decided after the 1989 Bail Act where, notwithstanding the courts' recognition of the discretion to grant bail, went on to express that ......
  • Martin Seaman Applicant v Chief of Police Respondent Gemma Louis Applicant v Chief of Police Respondent Delvin Challenger Applicant v Chief of Police Respondent
    • Dominica
    • High Court
    • 5 May 2015
    ...4:02 15 Chap. 4:20 16 Claim No AXAHCR2006/0089 at para 13 17 [1986] MR 204 18 Jogessur v DPP [1992] SCJ 65 ; Dhoory v DPP [1993] MR and Boolaky v DPP [1995] MR 56 19 This is a reference to Lord Bingham's opinion in the Davendranath Hurnam v The State, Privy Council No. 53 of 2004, [2005] U......
  • Thelston Brooks Applicant v Attorney General The Commissioner of Police Respondents
    • Anguilla
    • High Court
    • 15 January 2007
    ...or a defendant. 16 In respect of the decisions in a line of cases beginning withJogessur -v- the DPP8, including Dhooky -v- DPP9 and Boolaky -v- DPP10 and decided after the 1989 Bail Act where, notwithstanding the courts? recognition of the discretion to grant bail, went on to express that ......

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