R v Ali and Hussain; and R v Stewart

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
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6 cases
  • R v Adrian Craig Mason; Clayton Paul Wood; Eammon Terry George McClelland; John Paul Tierney [CA (Crim), 13/02/2002]
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 6 December 2002
    ...R. 365. Simon Brown LJ considered the earlier authorities. In particular he referred to Ali and Hussein [1966] 1 QB 688 and Stewart (1970) 54 Cr. App. R. 210. In both these cases evidence of covert recordings was regarded as being admissible. The same approach was adopted in Shaukat Ali( Th......
  • R v Mason and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 13 February 2002
    ...365.Simon Brown LJ considered the earlier authorities. In particular he referred to Ali and Hussein [1966] 1 QB 688 and Stewart (1970) 54 CrAppR 210. In both these cases evidence of covert recordings was regarded as being admissible. The same approach was adopted in Shaukat Ali (The Times 1......
  • R v Michael grainger ward and Another
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 25 March 1997
    ...know." 13 The learned judge carried out a careful investigation of the tape on the voir dire. He had cited to him Ali v Hussain 49 Cr App R 230. He heard evidence from Mr Quadrini as to how and why the transcript was made and that it gave a fair picture of what was said between them in......
  • Philbert v Roberts and Radio Vision Ltd
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court
    • 10 May 2016
    ...can be properly identified, and the evidence is relevant and otherwise admissible ( R. Masqud Ali, R v. Ashiq Hussain [1996] 1 QB 668, 49 Cr App Rep 230, CCA).” 18 The Court also considered Section 41 (1) of the Evidence Act and found the claimant provided no evidence in support of the auth......
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