George Smith

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
JudgeLORD JUSTICE EDMUND DAVIES,MR. JUSTICE O'CONNOR
Judgment Date02 May 1967
Neutral Citation[1966] EWCA Crim J1024-9
Judgment citation (vLex)[1967] EWCA Crim J0502-1
Docket NumberNo. 1732/66,No. 836/67

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3 cases
  • R v Singh et Al
    • Guyana
    • Court of Appeal
    • 28 September 1983
    ...gravely doubt it. A somewhat similar question in similar circumstances was asked by the Court of Appeal in England in George Smith, (1967) 51 Cr. App. R. 22, at p. 28, where the appeal was allowed because it was unsafe and unsatisfactory to allow the conviction to stand. It would be a sad ......
  • Dick et Al v R
    • Guyana
    • Court of Appeal
    • 8 May 1985
    ...whether nevertheless, notwithstanding that the rules were obeyed, the conviction is safe or unsatisfactory.” 107 See also: Smith (1966) 51 Cr. App. R. 22. 108 At the trial, the judge refused the application made by the male and female appellants for separate trials, and I am unable to say ......
  • R v Lake
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 6 October 1976
    ...were obeyed, the conviction is unsafe or unsatisfactory. 18The most helpful modern case on this topic is the case of smith Volume 51 Criminal Appeal Reports 22. The headnote reads: "The case for the prosecution was that the appellant and two other men, who had made statements incrimin......

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