robbery- case principles

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Robinson
there must be a theft for robbery to be complete
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Dawson and James
the amount of force used can be small
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Clouden
the force can be indirect, via the property
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B+R v DPP
the victim doesnt have to be frightened, it is enought that the D intended to put the V in fear of the violence
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Smith +desmond
it does not need to be in the victim of the theft
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Hale
forced used to escape is at the time of the theft and in order to steal
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Lockley
it is for the jury to decide whether or not the appropriation has finished
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the amount of force used can be small

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Dawson and James

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the force can be indirect, via the property

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the victim doesnt have to be frightened, it is enought that the D intended to put the V in fear of the violence

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it does not need to be in the victim of the theft

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