Tag: UK Law

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R v Hinks - 2000
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant (H) was a carer for a man of limited intelligence (D). H persuaded D to make a series of payments to her from his bank......

R v Stephenson - 1979
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The appellant attempted to sleep in a hollow which he had made in a haystack. Because he was cold, he started a fire in that hollow....

R v Dowds - 2012
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant, Dowds (D), killed his partner with a knife by inflicting 60 wounds on her. He sought to rely on the partial defence of......

R v Crutchley
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Ann Crutchley (AC) strangled her newborn baby. The two surgeons testifying in the case stated that the strangling had taken place before......

R v Hale - 1978
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Two defendants entered the victim’s house and stole her jewellery box from her bedroom. After having taken the box they tied her up....

R v Parker - 1977
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The appellant had tried (and failed) to place a telephone call in a street telephone booth. This infuriated him and in a rage......

R v Flatt
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Flatt had a drug addiction and fell in debt to his supplier to the value of £1,500. The supplier had told the appellant to take possession of some drugs......

R v Dudley and Stephens - 1884
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The two defendants and a boy between the ages of seventeen and eighteen were cast away in an open boat at sea following a storm....

R v Steer
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Steer went to his business partner’s property rang the doorbell and after no answer, fired a rifle at the bedroom and sitting room windows and the door......

R v Blaue - 1975
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: After the victim refused the defendant’s sexual advances the defendant stabbed the victim four times. Whist the victim was admitted to hospital she......

R v Cato - 1976
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr Cato and the victim prepared their own syringes and then injected each other with heroin. The victim died. Mr Cato was convicted of manslaughter......

R v Gurpinar; R v Kojo-Smith and Caton
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr Gurpinar and Mr Kojo-Smith were convicted of murder. Mr Gurpinar claimed self-defence, accident and lack of intent to cause serious injury......

R v Bunch - 2013
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant, Bunch, murdered the victim in front of her husband by stabbing her more than 20 times after the relationship between the two ended....

R v King
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant had remarried while his previous marriage was still valid. He was prosecuted for bigamy contrary to section......

R v Lockley - 1995
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant stole cans of beer from an off-licence. The shopkeeper tried to prevent him leaving the shop with the stolen items......

R v C (Barry)
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant was convicted on a number of counts of sexual and violent offences against four different women between the years of 1967-1987....

Rights and Liabilities Under Forms of Shares
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: In one of the landmark English cases it was pertinently that “A share is a right to a specified amount of the share capital of the company ......

R v Mowatt
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant and a friend were out late at night, and came across the victim, at which point the defendant knocked the victim......

R v Marangwanda
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant was responsible for assisting in caring for two young children, as he was engaged in a romantic relationship......

CIF Versus An FOB Contract
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: This brief discusses the legal implication why buyers and sellers would prefer a c.i.f. contract rather than an f.o.b. contract. The brief starts ......

Impacts on Documentary Credit Law
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: Introduction to Free Trade and Regulation Regulation is an alternative to free market institutions in the process of allocating, producing ......

R v Quayle
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The appellants appealed against convictions for the cultivation, production and possession of cannabis and cannabis resin....