Blackmail- case principles

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Collister + Warhurst
the demande does not have to be made to the victim
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Treacy v DPP
the demand does not have to be received by the victim
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Harvey
if the two tests as set out in s.21(1) are fulfilled the D is not guilty of blackmail
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Lawrence + Pomroy
the demand must be made with menaces
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Harry
if an ordinary person would be affected by the menace it is sufficient
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Garwood
if a threat is made that would not affect the normal person, this can still be menaces if the D is aware of the likely affect on the victim.
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Bevans
an example of gain/loss in relation to s.34(2)
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the demand does not have to be received by the victim

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Harvey

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Lawrence + Pomroy

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Harry

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