Burwell v Director of Public Prosecutions: Admn 1 May 2009

The defendant appealed against the decision of the Magistrates to accept a prosecutor’s certificate as to compliance with time limits for commencing the prosecution. He argued that the police had all the evidence in their possession at an earlier point.


Keene LJ, Roderick Evans J


[2009] EWHC 1069 (Admin), (2009) 173 JP 351




Computer Misuse Act 1990 11


England and Wales


CitedCapital Bank Ad v Bulgaria ECHR 24-Nov-2005
The courts of Bulgaria had decided that, on a winding-up petition, the question of the company’s insolvency was determined by a decision of the Central Bank of Bulgaria to revoke the company’s banking licence because it was insolvent. It had been . .

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CitedLamont-Perkins v Royal Society for The Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (RSPCA) Admn 24-Apr-2012
The defendant had been convicted of animal cruelty. She appealed to the Crown Court, and now appealed against rulings made by the judge as to the time limits for a prosecution under the 2006 Act in the Magistrates Court. She said that the RSPCA . .
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Updated: 04 June 2022; Ref: scu.346234