Khalif, Regina (on The Application of) v Isleworth Crown Court: Admn 31 Mar 2015

The defendant appealed against his conviction under the 2004 Act on his plea of guilty saying that he had been given erroneous legal advice as to section 2(4)(c).

Burnett LJ, Lewis J
[2015] EWHC 917 (Admin)
Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants) Act 2004
England and Wales
CitedThet v Director of Public Prosecutionsz Admn 19-Oct-2006
The defendant appealed by case stated against his conviction by the magistrates for entering the UK without a passport. He had relied on a false passport povided to him by an agent, and had returned it to the facilitator. He was therefore unable to . .
CitedAsmeron v Regina CACD 11-Apr-2013
The court gave its reasons for allowing the defendant’s appeal against his conviction for entering into the UK without a passport. He had given his passport to an agent purporting to arrange his entry and under whose control he was. He claimed . .
CitedMohammed, Regina v; Regina v Osman CACD 16-Oct-2007
When a court considered a case involving a question of whether an asylum applicant who had arrived in the UK without documents or with false documents, it had to balance properly the need for control over entry with the stark realities which faced a . .

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Crime, Immigration

Updated: 29 December 2021; Ref: scu.545009