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R v Jogee – The rise and fall of “Joint Enterprise”

At paragraph 11 of the Judgment of the Supreme Court in R v Jogee Lord Neuberger reflects that when it comes to joint enterprise criminality “Numbers often matter”. This was a succinct statement of the value of manpower in organised or gang criminality, though it may be a fitting epitaph for a Judgment where the public are encouraged to believe that the numbers now supposedly able to appeal their convictions will see a sort of common-law inspired renaissance in violent crime. Continue reading R v Jogee – The rise and fall of “Joint Enterprise”

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