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R v Chaaban

All England Official Transcripts (1997-2008) R v Chaaban Criminal evidence and procedure - Case management - Refusal of application for adjournment - Judicial control of timetable - Fairness of trial.  [2003] EWCA Crim 1012   (Transcript: Smith Bernal)  COURT OF APPEAL (CRIMINAL DIVISION)  JUDGE LJ, GRIGSON J, JUDGE STEPHENS QC (Sitting as a Judge of the CACD)  20 MARCH 2003  20 MARCH 2003 P Rose for the Appellant A Haycroft for the Crown   JUDGE LJ  (reading the judgment of the court):   [1]  The appellant is a family man of previous good character, in his early forties. On 25 May 2001 in the Crown Court at Middlesex Guildhall before His Honour Judge Blacksell QC and...

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R v Butt

All England Official Transcripts (1997-2008) R v Butt Criminal evidence and procedure - Case management - Limitation on questioning of witness - Fairness.  [2005] EWCA Crim 805   (Transcript: Smith Bernal)   COURT OF APPEAL (CRIMINAL DIVISION) DYSON LJ, DOBBS J, JUDGE FINDLAY BAKER QC 17 MARCH 2005  17 MARCH 2005 J Mcintosh for the Appellant G Etherton for the Crown   DYSON LJ (reading the judgment of the court):   [1]  On 23 January 2004 in the Crown Court at Croydon before His Honour Judge Pratt and a jury, the appellant was convicted of rape and sentenced to six years' imprisonment. He appeals against conviction by leave of the single judge. The ground on which he...

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Malcolm v DPP

All England Official Transcripts (1997-2008)   Malcolm v Director of Public Prosecutions   Magistrates - Procedure - Evidence - Magistrates' discretion to permit calling of evidence - Prosecution witness called after defence case closed  [2007] EWHC 363 (Admin)       CO/10295/2005, (Transcript: Wordwave International Ltd (A Merrill Communications Company)) QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION (DIVISIONAL COURT) MAURICE KAY LJ, STANLEY BURNTON J 30 JANUARY, 27 FEBRUARY 2007 27 FEBRUARY 2007 R Calder for the Appellant/Defendant B Aina for the Respondent Vickers & Co; CPS   STANLEY BURNTON J:  Introduction [1]  This is an appeal by way of case stated from the decision of Barnet Magistrates' Court of 18 August 2005 convicting the Appellant of the offence of driving a motor vehicle...

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Neutral Citation Number: [2014] EWHC 2283 (Admin) Case No. CO/17614/2013 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION DIVISIONAL COURT Royal Courts of Justice Strand London WC2A 2LL Date: Wednesday, 25 June 2014   B e f o r e: SIR BRIAN LEVESON (THE PRESIDENT OF THE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION) MR JUSTICE CRANSTON - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Between: THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS Claimant   v RADZIWILOWICZ Defendant - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Computer‑Aided Transcript of the Stenograph Notes of WordWave International Limited A Merrill Communications Company 165 Fleet Street  London EC4A 2DY Tel No: 020 7404 1400 Fax No: 020...

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J and Another v C and Others (1969)

All England Law Reports/1969/Volume 1 /J and Another v C and Others - [1969] 1 All ER 788   [1969] 1 All ER 788   J and Another v C and Others     HOUSE OF LORDS  LORD GUEST, LORD MACDERMOTT, LORD UPJOHN, LORD DONOVAN AND LORD PEARSON 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18 DECEMBER 1968, 19 FEBRUARY 1969 Infant - Guardianship of Infants Acts - Custody - Welfare of infant as first and paramount consideration - Parents - Right of parents to custody subordinate to welfare of infant - Order for custody and adoption order contrasted - No consideration of comity arising out of nationality of parents -...

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Citation:           TT 2015 HC 7 Title:                 FULLER v. O’BRIEN Country:           Trinidad and Tobago Court:               High Court Suit No.:           FH 01677/2011; FH 02354/2011 Judge(s):          Ramkerrysingh, J. Date:                2015 (undated) Subject:           Family Law Subsubject:      Children – Maintenance and custody – Whether the respondent should be mandated to enter into a bond where the lack of bond would mean that the Order could not be implemented for some indefinite time – Consideration of the circumstances under which a bond would be required – Performance bond – Mirror Order – Convention of the Civil Aspects of International Abduction – Finding that custody, care and control of the child granted to the respondent...

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FULLER v. O’BRIEN TT 2013 HC 206

Citation:        TT 2013 HC 206 Title:               FULLER v. O’BRIEN Country:       Trinidad and Tobago Court:            High Court Suit No.:        FH 1677 of 2011; FH 2354 of 2011 Judge(s):      Ramkerrysingh, J. Date:              July 8, 2013 Subject:        Family Law Subsubject: Children – Custody – Removal of child from jurisdiction – Welfare of child – Best interests of child – Respondent retained care and custody of child – Respondent permitted to remove the child from jurisdiction – Applicant allowed to have access to the child – Family law (Guardianship of Minors, Domicile and Maintenance Act, Section 3 and 4.   Appearances: Ms. Cherisse Huggins for the applicant Mr. Kirk Hogan Instructed by Mrs. Kathy Ann Hogan...

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Dawson v Wearmouth

Dawson v Wearmouth Reference: Dawson v Wearmouth [1997] EWCA Civ 2272 Also referenced as: [1998] 1 All ER 271 [1997] 2 FLR 629 [1998] 1 FCR 31 TLR 22ndAugust 1997 (CA) Court of Appeal (Civil Division) 31st July 1997 On Appeal from Taunton County Court CCFMI 97/0470/F Appealed in the House of Lords — see Dawson v Wearmouth [1999] UKHL 18 Before (the judges sitting on the bench) Lord Justice Hirst Lord Justice Thorpe Counsel (the barristers representing the parties) Mr R. Hayward Smith Q.C.and Mr R. Harrison (instructed by Messrs Battens, Taunton, Somerset) appeared on behalf of the mother, Dawn Ann Elaine Wearmouth (the Appellant and original Respondent) Miss C. Duthieappeared on behalf of the father, Mark Richard Bolden Dawson (the Respondent and original Applicant) Judgment Lord Justices Hirst & Thorpe — This is the judgment of the Court to which we have both...

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C.B. v. C.A.M TT 2005 HC 14

Citation:           TT 2005 HC 14 Title:                 C.B. v. C.A.M. Country:           Trinidad and Tobago Court:               High Court Suit no.:           H.C.A. 1228 of 2003 Judge(s):          Jones, J. Date:                January 28, 2005 Subject:           Family law Subsubject:      Paternity - Declaration - DNA testing - Surname - Applicant applying for order inter alia that relationship between and child does not exist - Applicant signing register of births as father - Applicant later having DNA swab samples tested indicating a 0% possibility that he was father - Whether declaration to be made - Status of Children Act, s. 10 - Guidelines regarding making of declaration...

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AB v BB and Ors

AB v BB and Ors Reference: AB v BB and Ors [2013] EWHC 227 (Fam) Also known as: AB vBB and C, D, E & F (by their Children’s Guardian) Also referenced as: [2013] All ER (D) 190 (Feb) High Court (Family Division) 13th February 2013 Case no: FD11P02530 Hearing date: 24th January 2013 Before (the judges sitting on the bench) Mrs Justice Theis Counsel (the barristers representing the parties) Ms Helen Harper, (instructed by SJ Solicitors) appeared on behalf of the father, AB(the Applicant) Mr Peter Lynch, (instructed by solicitors whose identity is confidential) appeared on behalf of the mother, BB(the 1stRespondent) Ms Penny Logan, (instructed by Cafcass Legal) appeared on behalf of the C, D, E, & F children (the 2nd–5thRespondents), through their Children’s Guardian Judgment Mrs Justice Theis — This matter was listed to determine the father’s application...

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