Regina v Jarvis: 1862

The defendant was convicted of committing a public nuisance by bringing unfit meat to the market.


(1862) 3 FandF 108, [1862] 176 ER 49


England and Wales

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CitedRegina v Rimmington; Regina v Goldstein HL 21-Jul-2005
Common Law – Public Nuisance – Extent
The House considered the elements of the common law offence of public nuisance. One defendant faced accusations of having sent racially offensive materials to individuals. The second was accused of sending an envelope including salt to a friend as a . .
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Updated: 06 December 2022; Ref: scu.231625