The appellant (Jogee) had been convicted of murder, having been present at a murder and having been found to have anticipated and encouraged violence. He appealed against his conviction under the rules of joint enterprise.
Laws LJ, Irwin, Griffith Williams JJ
 EWCA Crim 1433
England and Wales
Appeal from – Jogee and Ruddock (Jamaica) v The Queen SC 18-Feb-2016
Joint Enterprise Murder
The two defendants appealed against their convictions (one in Jamaica) for murder, under the law of joint enterprise. Each had been an accessory when their accomplice killed a victim with a knife. The judge in Jogee had directed the jury that he . .
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Updated: 21 November 2021; Ref: scu.516011