Regina v Lowestoft Magistrates, ex parte Adamson: 1996

The court considered what was meant by a frivolous request to magistrates to state a case: ‘It meant that the matter did not brook of any substantial argument, or [whether] it was so clear that the matter should not be investigated.’


[1996] COD 276


England and Wales

Litigation Practice, Magistrates

Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.247419