Government of the United States of America v Tollman

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
JudgeLord Justice Moses,Mr Justice Ouseley
Judgment Date07 February 2008
Neutral Citation[2008] EWHC 184 (Admin)
Docket NumberCase No: CO/5772/2007 AND CO/4714/2007
CourtQueen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
Date07 February 2008
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    • 12 October 2012 form an overall judgment upon the facts of the particular case: a judgment which, as Moses LJ observed in United States v Tollman [2008] 3 All ER 150 at paragraph 50, is likely to reflect shades of grey rather than black or white. Previous cases are therefore illustrative of the court's ......
  • Vincenzo Surico v Public Prosecutor of the Public Prosecuting Office of Bari, Italy
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    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
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    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
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    ...would be oppressive: “(1) The court has to form an overall judgment on the facts of the particular case: United States and Tollman [2008] 3 All ER 150 at [50] per Moses LJ. (2) A high threshold has to be reached in order to satisfy the court that a requested person's physical or mental con......
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    • United Kingdom
    • Supreme Court
    • 5 November 2014
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