R v Bradish

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal (Criminal Division)
Judgment Date28 July 1989
Neutral Citation[1989] EWCA Crim J0728-2,[1989] EWCA Crim J0728-5
Judgment citation (vLex)[1989] EWCA Crim J0728-18
Docket NumberNo. 914/4E1/88,No. 4491/4E1/88
Date28 July 1989

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  • R v Danny Deyemi
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 13 Agosto 2007
    ...a firearm. Accordingly he was guilty of the offence. 13 This approach has been applied consistently by this court since Hussain (supra). In Bradish (1990) 90 Cr App R 271, where the appellant was found with a canister which contained CS Gas, this court held that it could have been no defenc......
  • Orette Williams v The Crown
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 11 Diciembre 2012
    ...20 That – consistently with the language of the section – was authoritatively first decided by a decision of a constitution of this court in Bradish (1990) 90 CAR 271. Having reviewed such well-known cases as Warner v Metropolitan Police Commissioner [1969] 2 AC 256 and Sweet v Parsley [197......
  • Lundy v Attorney General
    • Jersey
    • Court of Appeal
    • 5 Junio 1996
    ...2 Ch. 112. Neild v. Att. Gen., C.A., September 28th, 1994, unreported. R. v. Ashton-Rickhardt (1977), 65 Cr. App. R. 67. R. v. Bradish, [1990] 1 Q.B. 981. R. v. Davis (1975), 62 Cr. App. R. 194. R. v. Galbraith, [1981] 1 W.L.R. 1039. R. v. Kearley, [1992] 2 All E.R. 345. R. v. Lewis (1988),......
  • R v Fitzroy Derek Pommell
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 16 Mayo 1995
    ...to the decision of the House of Lords in R v Warner (1969) 2 A.C. 256, and the decision of this Court in R v Howells (1977) Q.B. 614. In R v Bradish (1990) 1 Q.B. 981, this Court was concerned with an offence contrary to section 5 of the 1968 Act which it found to be an absolute offence. Ha......
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1 books & journal articles
  • Court of Appeal
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The Nbr. 75-1, February 2011
    • 1 Febrero 2011
    ...courts have been clear as to why they believe that f‌irearmsoffences are crimes of strict liability (see most notably R v Bradish (1990)90 Cr App R 271). In Deyemi, the Court of Appeal had expressly con-sidered the issue of whether a person who genuinely and honestlybelieved that he was in ......

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