Jones v Brooks and Brooks

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtDivisional Court
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5 cases
  • DPP v Stonehouse
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 30 Junio 1977
    ...has been done that is more than a mere preparation and is sufficiently proximate to the intended offence: compare Jones v. Brooks (1968) 52 Cr.App.R. 614, 617. Obviously the period between the moment the proximate act or acts commence and the time they finally fail may vary immensely. At an......
  • People v Kehoe
    • Ireland
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • 7 Febrero 1983
    ...the offence charged in the indictment. Cases mentioned in this report:— 1 Davey v. Lee (1967) 51 Cr. App. R. 303. 2 Jones v. Brooks (1968) 52 Cr. App. R. 614. 3 The People (Attorney General) v. Casey (No. 2) [1963] I.R. 33. Criminal Appeal. On the 9th December, 1981, Patrick J. Kehoe was co......
  • R v John Roger Wynn
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 20 Diciembre 1974 or going to sleep in the car or wanting to take and drive away the car without the owner's authority. 14 Mr. Cox referred us to Jones v. Brooks and Brooks 52 Criminal Appeal Reports 614, and in particular to the passage in the judgment of the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Parker at page 616.......
  • R v Frederick George Robson
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 6 Mayo 1974
    ...proposition put forward by Mr. Cartwright. That is the decision of the Queen's Bench Division in Jones v. Brooks, reported in 52 Criminal Appeal Reports 614. That was a case in which it had been contended on behalf of the defence, and the contention had been accepted by the Justices who ha......
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