Joel Bennathan QC and Paul Taylor consider implications for appeals after yesterday’s joint enterprise decision.

The Supreme Court has handed down its judgment in the case of R v Jogee, in which they stated the law of joint enterprise has been mistakenly applied by the courts for the last thirty years.  But what might this mean for defendants convicted in such cases?


Joel Bennathan QC and Paul Taylor consider the judgement, and its implications for historic convictions, appeals, and the Criminal Cases Review Commission.  Their article can be found by clicking here

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