Unit 4 Law - Robbery cases

R v Robbinson
No completed theft = No robbery (D had genuine belief that he was owed the £7 he picked up in fight)
1 of 5
Corcoran v Anderton
Temporary appropriation is still enough (D stole handbag but the owner kept her hand on it and pulled it back)
2 of 5
R v Hale
Force must be applied whilst the theft is still ongoing (old woman was tied up after the theft but the theft was still ongoing)
3 of 5
R v Dawson & Barnes
Any force is sufficient for a robbery (D1 nudged man so D2 could steal from him)
4 of 5
Force applied =
must be used immidiately before or at the time of the theft or to ensure an escape
5 of 5

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Corcoran v Anderton

Back

Temporary appropriation is still enough (D stole handbag but the owner kept her hand on it and pulled it back)

Card 3

Front

R v Hale

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

R v Dawson & Barnes

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Force applied =

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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