Regina v Figg: CACD 2003

The defendant had been convicted of indecent assault on facts which would have led to his prosecution for unlawful sexual intercourse if the time limit for that offence had not expired. The court considered the proper basis for sentence.


[2004] 1 Cr App R (S) 409


England and Wales

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CitedRegina v J HL 14-Oct-2004
The defendant was to have been accused of having unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 16. Proceedings could not be brought, because the allegation was more than a year old, and he was instead accused of indecent assault, but on the same . .
CitedTimmins, Regina v CACD 15-Nov-2005
The defendant appealed conviction for indecent assault. The charge alleged assault by intercourse per vaginam with a 13 year old girl. He had been 14 years old at the time. The verdict indicated consent by the complainant.
Held: The appeal . .
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