R v R.A.S.C., Colchester, ex parte Elliot

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtDivisional Court
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28 cases
  • R v Horseferry Road Magistrates Court ex parte Bennett (A.P.)
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 24 June 1993
    ...of the Divisional Court held, on the authority of Rex v. Officer Commanding Depot Battalion, R.A.S.C., Colchester, Ex parte Elliott [1949] 1 All E.R. 373, that the court had jurisdiction to try the applicant. He said, at p. 32: "Whatever the reason for the applicant being at Gatwick Airpor......
  • R v Plymouth Justices, ex parte Driver
    • United Kingdom
    • Divisional Court
    • 3 April 1985
    ...England presided over by Lord Goddard C.J. in Rex v. Officer Commanding Depot Battalion, R.A.S.C., Colchester, Ex parte ElliottUNKUNK [1949] 1 All E.R. 373 so far as the issue of jurisdiction was concerned. However, in his judgment Woodhouse J. divided the matter into two parts: first, the ......
  • R v Bow Street Magistrates, ex parte Mackeson
    • United Kingdom
    • Divisional Court
    • 25 June 1981
    ...the passage from the judgment of Lord Goddard C.J. in Officer Commanding Depot Battalion, R.A.S.C. Colchester, Ex parte ElliottUNK [1949] 1 All E.R. 373, 376 as follows: ‘If a person is arrested abroad and he is brought before a court in this country charged with an offence which that court......
  • Madjai Sanusi v Pengarah Imigresen Negeri Johor and Others
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 1 January 1999
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1 books & journal articles
  • United Kingdom Military Law: Autonomy, Civilianisation, Juridification
    • United Kingdom
    • Wiley The Modern Law Review No. 65-1, January 2002
    • 1 January 2002
    ...any breach of servicemen’s rights involved only militarygrievances resolvable internally (if at all) and not through the courts.24 [1949] 1 All ER 373.January 2002] United Kingdom Military Law: Autonomy, Civilianisation, JuridificationßThe Modern Law Review Limited 2002 the capital courts m......

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