R v Phillips; R v Quayle

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Year1938
Date1938
CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
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  • R v Maharaj; and other appeals
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Court of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • Invalid date
  • Neill v North Antrim Magistrates' Court and Another
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 12 Noviembre 1992
    ...The situation is far removed from that which existed in case such as Gee, Bibby and Dunscombe [1936] 2 K.B. 442, Phillips and Quayle [1939] 1 K.B. 63 and Wharmby, Lindley and Lindley (1946) 31 Cr. App. Rep. 174, where the departure from the requirements of the Indictable Offences Act 1848 w......
  • R v Ali Bahbahani
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 5 Febrero 2018
    ...examined by Robin Cooke in his article, between pages 104 and 105. The cases he examined include R v Gee [1936] 2 KB 442 and R v Phillips [1939] 1 KB 63. But the point is that where the committal for trial on indictment was invalidated by a fundamental flaw, it followed that the bill of ind......
  • Tiwari v State of Trinidad and Tobago
    • United Kingdom
    • Privy Council
    • 29 Mayo 2002
    ...necessarily be fatal to the committal. The situation is far removed from that which existed in cases such as Rex v Gee [1936] 2 KB 442; Rex v Phillips [1939] 1 KB 63 and Rex v Wharmby (1946) 31 Cr App R 174, where the departure from the requirements of the Indictable Offences Act 1848 (1......
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1 books & journal articles
  • Committal Proceedings
    • Jamaica
    • Criminal practice and procedure in the Magistrates' Courts in the Commonwealth Caribbean
    • 18 Junio 2010
    ...rule is that the committal proceedings should be held in the presence of the accused. This point was decided in R v Phillips and Quayle [1939] 1 K.B. 63 in which the Court held that where evidence is taken in the absence of the accused, the committal proceedings will be invalid. In Antigua ......

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