Robbery cases ratio

Ratio of robbery cases

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  • Created on: 17-03-13 15:53
Robinson
If the elements of theft are not complete then there cannot be a robbery.
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Corcoran v Anderton
Where force is used to steal, then the moment the theft is complete there is a robbery.
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Dawson and James
As well as theft the prosecution must prove force of the threat of force. The amount of force can be small.
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Clouden
Confirmed Dawson and James in that the amount of force can be small.
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B and R v DPP
The victim doesn't have to be frightened and also that the amount of force doesn't have to be great.
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Hale
Case considered deciding the point at which theft is completed, so that force is not 'at the time of stealing'.
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Lockley
Followed the case of Hale and upheld the decision in Hale that the force happened before the theft was completed.
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Corcoran v Anderton

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Where force is used to steal, then the moment the theft is complete there is a robbery.

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Dawson and James

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Clouden

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B and R v DPP

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