David Walbank QC has, since the beginning of April, added a further 16 video case reviews to CrimeCast.Law in two different series: ‘Recent Cases on Criminal Appeals’ and ‘The Key Cases of 2021’
The most recent video case reviews on CrimeCast.Law include (in order of release date) the following:
- R (KBR Inc) v SFO  2 WLR 335 on the extraterritorial effect of s.2(3) of the Criminal Justice Act 1987.
- R (End Violence Against Women Coalition) v DPP  EWCA Civ 350 on the CPS approach to charging decisions in RASSO cases.
- R v A, B, D & C  EWCA Crim 128 on the admissibility of EncroChat messages.
- Hamilton v Post Office Ltd  EWCA Crim 21 on the entitlement of a successful appellant to argue grounds unnecessary to the outcome of the appeal.
- Collins (John Kenneth) v DPP  EWHC 634 (Admin) on the default term passed on conspirators in confiscation proceedings
- R (Finch) v Surrey County Council  4 WLR 37 on the restrictions on broadcasting remote headings.
- R (Begum) v SIAC  2 WLR 556 on leave to enter the UK for the purpose of pursuing an immigration appeal.
- R v Daniels (Nathan)  EWCA Crim 44 on withdrawing from a case on the grounds of professional embarrassment.
- R (Bussetti) v DPP  EWHC 3004 (Admin) on the minimum requirements for a written case stated.
- R v Reynolds (Nicholas)  4 WLR 16 on the nature and purpose of a trial judge’s summing up of the facts.
- R v T  EWCA Crim 318 on cross-examination of a complainant about sexual orientation and sexual identity.
- Privacy International v Investigatory Powers Tribunal  HRLR1 on the legality of thematic warrants under the Intelligence Services Act 1994.
- Barnet LBC v Kamyab  EWCA Crim 543 on the effect of R v Panayi and the CACD’s powers in confiscation appeals.
- James v White Lion Hotel  2 WLR 911 on the intersection between tortious and criminal liability.
- R v Muldoon (Jake)  EWCA Crim 381 on ‘hostile silence’ and adducing witness statements in the interests of justice.
- R v R  4 WLR 10 on the notification requirements for registered terrorist offenders.
For free access to all these videos plus ‘The Top 50 Cases of 2020’ and ‘The Top 50 Cases of 2019’, visit [https://CrimeCast.Law/]