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Selection of Reported Cases

Name Reference 
McQuillan, McGuigan & McKenna, In the matter of
Judicial Review, investigation of a death or allegation of torture or inhuman or degrading treatment under Articles 2 & 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, Northern Ireland troubles, Human Rights Act 1999, independence of investigations
[2021] UKSC 55
15 December 2021
Supreme Court
[Reference]
O'Mahoney, R-v- Ian O'Mahoney
Promotion Board, Forgery, fraud, false GCSE certificates
(2021) Bulford CMC
19 July and 28th October 2021
[Reference]
Barber -v- Administrator Of The Sovereign Base Areas Of Akrotiri And Dhekelia, Overseas Territory
Sovereign Base Areas, Cyprus, historic sex offence, rape, indecent assault, Royal Air Force (RAF), jurisdiction, extradition, Extradition Act 2003, delay, hardship, oppression, case discontinued, revived prosecution, material from the earlier investigation is missing, Convention rights under articles 5, 6 and 8 ECHR
[2021] EWHC 2858 (Admin)
26 October 2021
BAILII Decision
[Reference]
Gallagher, In The Matter Of An Application By Michael Gallagher for Leave To Apply For Judicial Review
Omagh Bombing, relevance of Human Rights Act, applicability of the European Convention on Human Rights, Article 2 investigation, Public Inquiry dismissed
[2021] NIQB 85
8 October 2021
[Non-Indexed]
[Reference]
Tillotson, R -v-
Actual Bodily Harm, ABH, s.47, householder defence, selection of members, members sitting for more than one case, minimum time to deliberate, basis of conviction, equivocal explanation from the president on basis of finding, no requirement to import civilian procedure
[2021] EWCA Crim 1595
21 September 2021
Trial
[Reference]
Roberts, R-v-
Fraud, continuity of education allowance, wife not joining serving spouse at duty station, remaining in family home.
[2021] The Times, CMC Bulford
21 June 2021
[Reference]
Heslop, R -v-
Fraud, Boarding School Allowance, BSA, unaccompanied by wife, Continuity of Education Allowance, Ambiguous wording of regulation, Service Compensation Order
[2021] EWCA Crim 1464
5th October 2021
[Reference]
Heslop, Major Marcus Heslop
Fraud, Boarding School Allowance, BSA/CEA, unaccompanied by wife, guilty pleas, breach of trust, suspended sentence, service compensation order, community order of 200 hours
[2021] Bulford CMC
9th June 2021
Sentencing Note
CMAC appeal - Counsel's Note
CMAC Appeal Decision
[Reference]
Walsh, R-v-
s.66, Disgraceful conduct of an indecent kind, objective test, Indecency, RAF Officer
(1980) CM/12/80 CMAC
unreported, 4 July 1980
[Reference]


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