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Tag: R v F

R v E – Historic Appeals Principles Still Relevant

The Decision of the Lord Chief Justice in R v F [ 2011 ] EWCA Crim 1844 had left many believing this amounted to the court restricting the interpretation of abuse applications  on the basis of delay back to the originating principles set out in AG Reference . However the post F case of R… Read More ›

R v F [ 2011 ] Where Now for the AG Reference

The Decision in R v F [ 2011 ] is further evidence of the Courts attempt to grapple with the AG Reference ( No.1 of 1990 ) . The Court would say that AG Reference remains in tact and that the recent spate of cases is simply evidence of the Court becoming more adept at… Read More ›