R v C (T)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal (Criminal Division)
JudgeLORD JUSTICE ELIAS
Judgment Date01 April 2011
Neutral Citation[2011] EWCA Crim 939,[2009] EWCA Crim 921
Date01 April 2011
Docket NumberNo: 201005421 B1,Case No: 2009/00415/A5

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  • Alex Christopher Lanning v R
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 30 March 2021
    ...that occasion, including delivering a stab wound to the torso. 50 In this context we have found assistance in the decision of this court in R v Hay 2017 EWCA Crim 1851. At paragraph 21 of the judgment, Simon LJ set out that: “[…] A “matter in issue” can arise when a defendant seeks to expl......
  • Waqas Iftikhar Hussain v R
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 10 June 2021
    ...he suggested the appellant had been driving the BMW. 31 The approach to be adopted in a case such as the present was summarised in R v Umo and Another [2020] EWCA Crim 284; [2021] 1 Cr App R 12: “32. The credibility of (the witness) was clearly a matter in issue in the proceedings and it w......
  • The State v Abu Bakr (a/c Phillip)
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court
    • 17 July 2012
    ...and the Defence. See: Owen, (1986) 83 Cr. App. R. 100 (at Tab18 of the State's bundle). 51 The decision in Trevor Clarke [2011] E.W.C.A. Crim 939 reaffirmed the continuing relevance of pre-Act authorities, which has been doubted in the case of R. v. Woodhead [2011] E.W.C.A. Crim, 472. Gat......
  • R v Trene Colecozy-Rogers
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 23 June 2021
    ...character of the absent person without the jury knowing of his own relevant bad character. 17 Our view is consistent with what was said in R v Clarke [2011] EWCA Crim 939, where the court drew a distinction between the restrictive approach which is adopted where the prosecution seek to add......
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  • Must the Surgeon Take the Pill? Negligence Duty in the Context of Cognitive Enhancement
    • United Kingdom
    • The Modern Law Review Nbr. 77-1, January 2014
    • 1 January 2014
    ...he kept in his car to avoid hisimpairment. A similar possibility was explored in RvGilbert.77 We can then75 RvClarke (Trevor Norman) [2009] EWCA Crim 921; [2010] 1 Cr App R(S) 26 (CA).76 On the facts, Tarleton was not aware he was having a hypoglycaemic episode and there was noreasonable ba......

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