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R v AMEEN HASSAN JOGEE (2013)

PUBLISHED July 11, 2013
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[2013] EWCA Crim 1433

A judge had not erred in directing a jury that it could convict a secondary party of murder on the basis that he had participated by encouragement if he knew that the primary offender had a weapon and shared his intention to kill or do really serious bodily harm or realised that the primary offender might use the weapon with the intention to kill or cause serious bodily harm and nevertheless took part by encouraging him.

CA (Crim Div) (Laws LJ, Irwin J, Griffith Williams J)

11/07/2013

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