R v Scaramanga

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
Date1963
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  • R v Merriman
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 19 July 1972
    ...eliminate any consideration of the question whether the brothers had acted in concert. No reference was made by any one to the case of Reg. v. Scaramanga [1963] 2Q.B. 807 and to later cases which followed it. 7 The course adopted by the learned Commissioner would, I think, seem to everyon......
  • R v Rowlands
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 16 November 1971
    ...which forces such a surprising conclusion upon criminal courts? 12 It is suggested that authority is to be found in the cases of R. v. Scaramanga, reported in 1963 2 Queen's Bench at page 807, R. v. Parker, reported in 1969 2 Queen's Bench at page 248 and R. v. Merriman reported in 1971 2 W......
  • R v Parker
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 21 February 1969
    ...if she stole independently of her co-accused, that is to say, otherwise than as part of a joint enterprise, and he relied upon Reg. v. Scaramanga (1963)2 Queen's Bench 807 at page 814. That case decided, to quote the passage relied upon, that "except where provided by statute, when two pers......
  • R v Merriman
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 17 May 1971
    ...given, it is well to recall that the matter of joint charges has recently been dealt with by the Court of Criminal Appeal in the case of Scaramanga, in 1963 reported in 47 Criminal Appeal Reports at page 213, and by this Court in Parker, reported in 1969 53 Criminal Appeal Reports at page 2......
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