The State v Singh (Clement)

JurisdictionGuyana
Date1995
Year1995
CourtCourt of Appeal (Guyana)
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11 cases
  • [1]Henry Weekes [2] Everette Crump [3] Kenaz Whyte [4] Paul Ephraim [5] Kester Bailey [6] Dale Christian Appellants v The Queen Respondent [ECSC]
    • Antigua and Barbuda
    • Court of Appeal (Antigua and Barbuda)
    • 23 March 2007
    ...Ephraim and Crump seemed to raise the defence of alibi. In my view, therefore, the appeals also succeed on this ground. 54 The State v Singh (Clement) 32 confirms my view on this finding. In this case, Persaud JA (Ag.) re-iterated that a paramount principle for a fair criminal trial is th......
  • Dalton Russell v R
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 29 October 2003
    ...was not fairly and fully put to the jury. In this regard, reliance was placed on the decisions in Mears v. R. (1993) 42 WIR 284 and The State v. Singh (1995) 51 WIR 128. 24 In Mears , a case from this jurisdiction, the prosecution's case was that the appellant had murdered a young man nam......
  • [1] Patrick Facey [2] Michael Facey Appellants v The Queen Respondent
    • British Virgin Islands
    • Court of Appeal (British Virgin Islands)
    • 18 May 2015
    ... [1990] 1 WLR 401 applied; Regina v Coutts [2006] 1 WLR 2154 applied; R v Foster and other appeals [2008] 2 All ER 597 applied; The State v Singh (Clement) (1995) 51 WIR 128 applied; R v Foster and other appeals [2008] 2 All ER 597 applied. 2. In the instant case, there was considerable......
  • Danny Benjamin Appellant v The Queen Respondent
    • British Virgin Islands
    • Court of Appeal (British Virgin Islands)
    • 6 April 2015
    ...verdict were not prepared to let the appellant get away with what was in any view discreditable conduct. Moreover, the case of The State v Clement Singh 7 confirms that once the lesser offence was committed in the course of the same transaction which gave rise to the greater charge, the jur......
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