Regina v Aylesbury Justices, Ex parte Wisbey: 1965

If a defendant considers that the particulars provided in an information are insufficient the court has the power, at any time after the charge has been preferred, to require the prosecution to furnish him with better and more complete particulars.


[1965] 1 All ER 602


England and Wales

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CitedDacre Son and Hartley Ltd v North Yorkshire Trading Standards Admn 27-Oct-2004
The defendants appealed a conviction under the Act complaining of the adequacy of the evidence presented. A buyer had found dampness in a property. It was later remarketed by the defendant who asked if it suffered dampness. She was told it did not. . .
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Updated: 24 November 2022; Ref: scu.220210