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Court of Appeal: The Admissibility of Identification Evidence Made on the Basis of Recognition from Photographs Taken at a Crime Scene R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246

  Journal of Criminal Law/2016, Volume 80/Issue 4, August/Case Notes/Court of Appeal: The Admissibility of Identification Evidence Made on the Basis of Recognition from Photographs Taken at a Crime Scene R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246 - JCL 80 (234)   Journal of Criminal Law JCL 80 (234) 1 August 2016 Court of Appeal: The Admissibility of Identification Evidence Made on the Basis of Recognition from Photographs Taken at a Crime Scene R v Doherty [2016] EWCA Crim 246 Adam Jackson © The Author(s)   Keywords: ID evidence, recognition, Turnbull guidelines, photographs, police officers   The appellant (D) was charged with three domestic burglaries, each of which took place in early December...

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REGINA v. TURNBULL AND ANOTHER  REGINA v. WHITBY  REGINA v. ROBERTS

  ICLR: King's/Queen's Bench Division/1977/REGINA v. TURNBULL AND ANOTHER  REGINA v. WHITBY  REGINA v. ROBERTS - [1977] Q.B. 224   [1977] Q.B. 224   [COURT OF APPEAL]   REGINA v. TURNBULL AND ANOTHER  REGINA v. WHITBY  REGINA v. ROBERTS   1976 July 6, 7; 9   Lord Widgery C.J., Roskill and Lawton L.JJ., Cusack and May JJ.   Crime - Summing up - Evidence of identity - Prosecution's case solely or substantially evidence of identification - Defence of mistaken identity - Quality of evidence - Guidelines to be followed in summing up - Whether case to be withdrawn from jury   Whenever a case against a defendant depends wholly or substantially on the correctness of...

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R v Pemberton 

R v Pemberton  (1993) 99 Cr App Rep 228 Court: CA Judgment Date: 15/10/1993 Catchwords & Digest CRIMINAL LAW, EVIDENCE AND PROCEDURE - TRIAL - DIRECTION TO JURY - ALIBI EVIDENCE - WITNESS GIVING EVIDENCE OF BEING WITH ACCUSED AT TIME OF OFFENCE - WITNESS DISCLOSING IN CROSS-EXAMINATION THAT UNABLE TO RECOLLECT WHICH NIGHT WAS IN QUESTION - IDENTIFICATION EVIDENCE - WHETHER JUDGE OUGHT TO HAVE DIRECTED JURY ON ALIBI EVIDENCE           The appellant was charged with robbery following an incident in which money was stolen from a mini-cab driver by a man who absconded.  The mini-cab driver picked the appellant out of an identification parade.  The...

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