R v Thompson

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
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35 cases
  • R v Maria Del Carmen Marchese
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 11 Febrero 2008
    ...Up to 6 February 2008 Miss Levitt would have had some difficulty in submitting that it should. It was determined nearly 100 years ago in R v Thompson 9 Cr App R 252, by this court that the fact that a count is duplicitous will not automatically lead to the quashing of the conviction. In tha......
  • R v Merriman
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 19 Julio 1972
    ...if it charges the commission of one offence on more than one occasion, for it then charges the commission of two or more offences. In R. v. Thompson [1914] 2 K.B. 99 the accused was charged on two counts with incest, each count alleging the commission of the offence on “divers days”. Isaacs......
  • R v Keith Anthony Stocker
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 13 Noviembre 2013
    ...26 Meanwhile there are a number of examples of decisions where the court has taken a more flexible course. We begin with Thompson (1914) 9 Cr. App. R. 252 in which an objection was taken to the indictment on the grounds of duplicity. The objection was well-founded but the Court concluded th......
  • Jahvid Absolam v R
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 14 Octubre 2022
    ...as she then was, explained the point in Elio Delgado v R. The learned judge said, in part, in paragraph [42] of the judgment that “In Rex v Thompson [1914] 2 KB 99, the general common law view on duplicity was expressed that an indictment was bad if it charged more than one offence in each......
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  • Preliminary Sections
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Nigerian Supreme Court Cases. 1962 Preliminary Sections
    • 11 Noviembre 2022
    ...1 East P.C. 244. 317 R. v. Sykes, (1913), 8 Crim. App. R. 233. 413 R. v. Taylor, (1771), 5 Burr. 2793; 98 E.R. 466. 317 R. v. Thompson, (1914) 2 K.B. 99; 83 L.J.K.B. 643; 110 I.t. 272; 78 J.P. 212; 30 T.L.R. 223; 24 Cox, 43; 9 Crim. App. R. 252. 296 R. v. Tomlin (1954) 2 Q.B. 274; 38 Crim A......
  • Recent Judicial Decisions
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles No. 27-1, January 1954
    • 1 Enero 1954
    ...been separatecounts",declared theLordChiefJustice speaking for theCourtofCriminal Appeal.Exactly the samepointwastakenin R. v. Thompson (1914 2 K.B.99) when Sir Rufus Isaacs, CiL, said, dismissing anappeal:"Ifwehadthoughtthatany embarrassment or prejudicehadbeen caused tothe appellant bythe......
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Nigerian Supreme Court Cases. 1976 Cases reported in 1976
    • 15 Noviembre 2022
    ...for making such an application is before plea pleaded see R v. Chapple and Bolingbroke 17 cox 455, although it was held in R. v Thompson (1914) 2 KB 99 that while this is just and convenient it is not essential that the application be made before plea pleaded; and so where it is clear that ......

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