Tag: UK Law

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Relationship Between Morality and the Law
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: This essay will look at the issue of the relationship between morality and the law. The emotive topic will then be illustrated by looking at ......

Evaluation of Delegated Legislation
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: The requirement for new law to be made is often a very slow process, this is not suitable in times of emergency. For example, to strengthen the Anti Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001...

The Advent of New Technologies
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: The advent of new technologies such as the internet and other networks have changed the business world and provided the trading processes in e-business more efficiency....

Transportation to New York
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: On 1st June 2009 Cortez Ltd entered into an agreement to sell 6,000 tons of grain to Farm Supplies Ltd FOB Southampton for transportation to New York....

Rights of the True Owner
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Conversion is defined as an intentional dealing with goods in such a way that inconsistent with the rights of the true owner....

R v Calhaem
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant was convicted of murder under s.8 of the Accessories and Abettors Act 1861. She had counselled Z to murder the victim....

R v Taaffe - 1984
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Paul Desmond Taafe (T) was enlisted by a third party in Holland to import cannabis into England, which was prohibited to import under the......

R v Shillam - 2013
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Shillam bought cocaine from R, in order to sell. He had been observed by police surveillance units meeting with R and was arrested driving a van and......

R v Foreign Secretary ex parte Abbasi
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The first claimant was a British national who had been captured by United States forces in Afghanistan and detained in Guantanamo Bay......

R v Johnson - 2007
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: J was convicted of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Following his arrest, he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia......

R v Evans - 2009
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Evans purchased heroin and gave it to her half-sister who later self-ingested the drug. Evans recognised that the victim had......

R v Barnes
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The appellant was an amateur footballer. He was playing a football match, went in for a tackle and seriously injured his opponent’s leg. He was charged......

R v Hampden - Summary
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Ship money was a type of tax originating from medieval times. It was historically collected as part of the Royal Prerogative from coastal......

R v Ruffel - 1991
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant had thrown an ‘acid house’ party which had attracted thousands of people. The party involved very loud music that continued overnight for some 12......

R v Moys
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: A black and white mare worth between £600-£700 was stolen from her livery stables. The defendant sold her the next day for £480 and she was......

R v Bainbridge - 1960
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant purchased oxygen-cutting equipment. Weeks later, the equipment was used in a bank break-in and was left behind by the thieves....

R v T [1990] Crim LR 256
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: T was one of three defendants charged with armed robbery. Upon arrest, T could only recall some of the events that had occurred....

R v Millward - 1994
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: H, employed by B, was driving a tractor when a trailer became detached from the tractor due to a poorly-maintained tow-hitch......

R v Grewal - 2010
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: At the time of the incident, the defendant was a student who had become drunk after drinking too many free cocktails at a......

R v Powell and English
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: In the first case, the appellants Powell (P) and Daniels (D), and another person went to the house of a drug dealer. As soon as he opened the door......

R v Craig and Bentley - 1952
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Derek William Bentley (B), 19, and Christopher Craig (C), 16, attempted to burgle a warehouse. B carried a knife and a knuckle-duster......

R v Bateman - Case Summary
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: A qualified medical practitioner was convicted of gross negligence manslaughter arising out of the delivery of a patient in child birth, Ms. Harding....

R v Cooper; R v Schaub
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendants met the victim at a bar and asked her to show them where the nightclubs were in the area. The victim ultimately......

R v Jheeta - 2007
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant and the victim were in a consensual sexual relationship. The defendant began sending anonymous threatening messages to the victim......