“A man was today found guilty of ordering the murder of his estranged wife, who was hacked to death with a machete in a suburban street as she walked to collect the couple’s children.”
The Guardian, 2nd December 2010
from the Inner Temple Library
Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
“A person who solicited another to commit murder as a secondary, as opposed to principal party was none the less guilty of the offence of soliciting another to murder.”
The Times, 20th December 2007
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“Where a person solicited another to commit murder as a secondary, as opposed to principal, party, he was guilty of an offence of soliciting another to murder, contrary to s 4 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.”
WLR Daily, 29th November 2007
Please note: once a case has been fully reported in one of the ICLR series the corresponding WLR Daily summary is removed.
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