R v Maguire

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1989
Year1989
CourtCourt of Appeal (Criminal Division)
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6 cases
  • Kelly v R
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 10 March 2004
    ...168 (1992) 95 Cr App R 320 at 326. See joint reasons at [50]. 169Marlow and Kelly (2001) 129 A Crim R 51 at 82–84 [139]–[142]. 170 (1989) 90 Cr App R 115. 171 (1989) Criminal Law Review 172 [1993] 1 WLR 188; [1993] 2 All ER 19. 173 (1992) Criminal Law Review 806. See also R v Scott (1991) ......
  • Gregory Durrant Appellant v The Queen Respondent [ECSC]
    • St Vincent
    • Court of Appeal (Saint Vincent)
    • 15 October 2007
    ...See Associated Provincial Picture Houses Ltd. V Wednesbury Corporation [1947] 2 ALL ER 680 12 See Hughes [1988] Crim. LR 519; Maguire (1990) 90 Cr App R 115 13 (Third edition (1994) pages 298 to 14 At pages 175 to 179 15 [1981] 2ALL ER 193 16 See note 2 above at pages 208 to 209 17 See note......
  • Durrant v The Queen
    • St Vincent
    • Court of Appeal (Saint Vincent)
    • 15 October 2007
    ... ... 680 ) Where the defence relies on breaches of section 58 of PACE to challenge a confession under section 78 of PACE, but the court decides that no breach occurred, it is most unlikely that the confession will be excluded. (See Hughes [1988] Crim. LR 519 ; Maguire (1990) 90 Cr App R 115 ) ... 28 Counsel Mr. Blazer Williams contended further, that having regard to the evasiveness and convenient lapses of memory of the police officers under cross-examination concerning the appellant's allegations that he was hit with the fire ... ...
  • R v Weekes
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 15 May 1992
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1 books & journal articles
  • Admissibility of Confessions: Recent Developments
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The No. 55-3, August 1991
    • 1 August 1991
    ...(1) a police officer asking questions at or near thescene of a suspected crime to elicit an explanation from a suspect(R v Maguire (1990) 90 CrAppR 115); (2) a conversation in acar between adefendant and escorting officers where the defendantvolunteered information and the officers only ask......

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