Holroyd v Berry

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Year1973
Date1973
CourtDivisional Court
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13 cases
  • Public Prosecutor v Mohamed Fuad Bin Abdul Samad
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 19 May 2014
    ...a driving licence is important or vital to an Accused person’s employment (see Gordon v Smith [1971] Crim. L.R. 173; Holroyd v Berry [1973] R.T.R. 145). Even if 'special reasons' were established, it did not automatically mean that an Accused would not be disqualified. The judge must go thr......
  • Public Prosecutor v Mohd Hemly Bin Ramdan
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 3 November 2011
    ...that a driving licence is important or vital to an Accused person’s employment (seeGordon v Smith[1971] Crim. L.R. 173;Holroyd v Berry[1973] R.T.R. 145). Even if 'special reasons' were established, it did not automatically mean that an Accused would not be disqualified. The judge must go th......
  • Public Prosecutor v Mohamad Faizal bin Mohd Alias
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 31 May 2010
    ...that a driving licence is important or vital to an Accused person’s employment (seeGordon v Smith[1971] Crim. L.R. 173; Holroyd v Berry[1973] R.T.R. 145). There must be a separate process of considering whether the discretion must be exercised in favour of the offender. Hence, the limited d......
  • Public Prosecutor v Vasudevan s/o Thambyrajah
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 8 September 2010
    ...that a driving licence is important or vital to an Accused person’s employment (see Gordon v Smith[1971] Crim. L.R. 173;Holroyd v Berry[1973] R.T.R. 145). There must be a separate process of considering whether the discretion must be exercised in favour of the offender. Hence, the limited d......
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