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Assault and Battery

Ireland [1997]
Ireland [1997]
A large number of silent telephone calls were made to three women by the Defendant. This caused them psychiatric injury. He was convicted of an assault occasioning actual bodily harm under s47 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.
Smith and Chief Superintendant of Woking Police Station [1983]
Smith and Chief Superintendant of Woking Police Station [1983]
The Defendant was looking through a woman's ground floor bedroom window after getting into her garden. This happened at about 11p.m. She was in her nightclothes and was terrified. The Defendant was convicted of being on enclosed premises for an unlawful p
Collins v Wilcock [1984]
Collins v Wilcock [1984]
Two police officers saw two women apparently soliciting for the purposes of prostitution. They wanted to question the Defendant and asked her to get into the police car but she refused and walked away. One of the officers followed her to try and find out
DPP v Santana-Bermudez [2003]
DPP v Santana-Bermudez [2003]
Before searching the Defendant's pockets, a police woman asked him if he had any needles or other sharp objects on him. After the Defendant said 'no' the police officer put her hand in his pocket and was injured by a needle which made her bleed. He was co
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