Rex v Davies: 1913

The consent of the Attorney General was not required to prosecute an offender under the 1901 Act.


(1913) 29 Times L R 350, (1913) 8 Cr App R 211


Larceny Act 1901


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedWoolmington v Director of Public Prosecutions HL 23-May-1935
Golden Thread of British Justice – Proof of Intent
The appellant had been convicted of the murder of his wife. She had left him and returned to live with her mother. He went to the house. He said he intended to frighten her that he would kill himself if she did not return. He wired a shotgun to . .
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Updated: 19 July 2022; Ref: scu.223128