Paria v The State: PC 15 Apr 2003

PC (Trinidad and Tobago) The defendant appealed his conviction for an unprovoked serious assault after the judge had failed to give a propensity direction.
Lord Nicholls of Birkenhead, Lord Hutton, Lord Hobhouse of Woodborough, Lord Scott of Foscot, Lord Rodger of Earlsferry
[2003] UKPC 36, [2004] Crim LR 228
PC, Bailii, PC
Cited by:
CitedMaye v The Queen PC 1-Jul-2008
(Jamaica) The defendant appealed his conviction for murder. He said that he had intervened in a fight between his girlfriend and her brother and that the deceased was killed in self defence. There had been three trials; two of the defendant and two . .
CitedMohammed, Regina v CACD 13-Jul-2005
The court granted permission to appeal against a conviction for murder on grounds that related to the judge’s summing up in respect of provocation: ‘Although Holley is a decision of the Privy Council and Morgan Smith a decision of the House of . .

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Updated: 09 January 2021; Ref: scu.181036