[2012] EWHC 1238 (Admin)

Where persons charged with aggravated trespass under the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 s.68 sought to show that the offence was not made out because there was no "lawful activity" at the premises in question, that lawful activity had to be considered by reference to acts or events that were integral to the activity itself. In the instant case, the court could not have been expected to adjudicate on the appellants' allegations that the company that ran the shop in which they had conducted a protest was complicit in war crimes.

QBD (Admin) (Laws LJ, Owen J)


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