Hicks v Faulkner

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1881
Year1881
CourtDivisional Court
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251 cases
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    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
  • Gibbs, Commissioner of Police v Attorney-General et Al
    • United Kingdom
    • Privy Council
    • 29 January 1998
    ... ... What amounts to reasonable cause depends upon the statutory conditions for grant of the warrant. The statement of Hawkins, J. in (Hicks v. Faulkner8 Q.B.D. at 171) approved in the House of Lords in (Herniman v. Smith[1938] A.C. at 316) made with reference to malicious prosecution can ... In ( Hicks v. Faulkner 8 Q.B.D. at 171 ) Hawkins, J. said, in the context of a malicious prosecution case, that he would define reasonable and probable cause to be an ... ...
  • Challenger Technologies v Dennison Transoceanic Corporation
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 30 July 1997
    ... ... Reasonable and probable cause ... We begin with the oft-cited passage from Hawkin J`s judgment in Hicks v Faulkner [1878] 8 QBD 167 , at p 171 where the learned judge defined `reasonable and probable cause` as ... An honest belief in the ... ...
  • Gervan Bennett v Sergeant Devon Grant and Attorney General
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court (Jamaica)
    • 16 May 2011
    ...suffered damages as a consequence of having been arrested and prosecuted. 68 Reasonable and probable cause was defined by Hawkins J in Hicks v Faulkner (1978) 8QBD 167 at 171 ‘an honest belief in the guilt of the accused based upon a full conviction, founded on reasonable grounds, of the e......
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2 books & journal articles
  • Table of Cases, Volume 83, 2010
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles No. 83-4, December 2010
    • 1 December 2010
    ...[1932] AC 562 13Gillan and Quinton v United Kingdom, 12 January 2010, ECtHR 80–83Gregory v Gollan [2006] NZHC 426 12Hicks v Faulkner (1878) 8 QBD 167 182, 183Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire [1989] AC 53 11, 14, 16, 17, 22, 184Hill v Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police Services Board......
  • Court of Appeal
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Journal of Criminal Law, The No. 63-3, June 1999
    • 1 June 1999
    ...hisdetaining aprisonerwhois in custodywhichcannotbe called lawful. Hereferred tothedictumof Hawkins J inHicksv Faulkner (1881) 8 QBD 167andthedecision inHendersonvPreston(1888) 21 QBD 362,wheregaolersjustifieddetentionwhichwasnolongerlawful. Those casesandthose of byelaws declarednolonger t......

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