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1 Dec 2011, 10:16 am by Karwan Eskerie
” Reference was then made to the case law establishing the following: (a)    “[V]ery frequently words and behaviour with which police officers will be wearily familiar will have little emotional impact on them save that of boredom” (per Glidewell LJ,  DPP v Orum [1989] Cr App Rep 261). [read post]
13 Apr 2011, 8:14 am by Francis Davey
& C.R. 311 — a criminal prosecution — but the Court of Appeal thought otherwise in Balthasar v Mullane (1985) 17 H.L.R. 561 where Glidewell LJ decided, on policy grounds, that a site without the relevant planning permission, was not a protected site. [read post]