R v Payne

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt for Crown Cases Reserved
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3 cases
  • Lee Teck Wah and Another v Public Prosecutor
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 16 March 1998
    ...2 SLR (R) 806; [1995] 3 SLR 341 (folld) PP v Loh Ang Sing [1965] 2 MLJ 129 (folld) Rv Harbach (1973) 6 SASR 427 (distd) R v Payne (1872) LR 1 CCR 349 (refd) R v Richardson (1967) 51 Cr App R 381 (distd) Tan Boon Tat v PP [1992] 1 SLR (R) 698; [1992] 2 SLR 1 (folld) Criminal Procedure Code (......
  • The State v Chamane
    • South Africa
    • Invalid date
    ...Act, 1853, but the Legislature took care to provide that B nothing in the Act should apply to criminal proceedings; cf. R v Payne, (1872) 1 C.C.R. 349. Finally in 1898 the Criminal Evidence Act rendered accused persons competent to testify; see Archbold, Criminal Pleading & Practice, 33rd e......
  • R (Eustace) v D J of County Tipperary
    • Ireland
    • King's Bench Division (Irish Free State)
    • 4 February 1924
    ... ... v. Payne (2) that where two persons are indicted and tried together one is not a competent witness for the other. In the present case the two accused were charged and tried together; it is admitted that at the time P. C. Coldwell gave evidence she had not been discharged, and consequently the reception of ... ...

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