Case Reports

1816-1830 of 1942 Articles
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Two men convicted on terrorism charges were illegally held in solitary confinement for lengthy periods the Supreme Court has ruled. President of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger, Deputy President Lady Hale, Lord Sumption, Lord Reed and Lord Hodge unanimously allowed the appeals of Kamel Bourgass an

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A man who pled guilty to charge of common law public indecency after a woman performed a sex act on him on the back seat of a bus has failed in a challenge to a sheriff’s ruling to place him on the sex offenders register. Garry McNair, who was sentenced to five months’ imprisonment and made subj

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A pensioner who was banned from driving for 10 years after he seriously injured two motorcyclists in a road traffic accident while driving himself to a hospital has failed in an appeal against his conviction. The Criminal Appeal Court ruled that the sheriff had correctly withdrawn the special defenc

1816-1830 of 1942 Articles