Subject: More Private Prosecutions ... "vexatious"
From: Veronica
Date: 2/12/13 7:07 pm
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(From Guy. I'll need to edit these in asap).

R v Durham Stipendiary Magistrates ex parte Davies (1993) The Times, May 25, 1993. "The fact that a private prosecutor is motivated by personal hostility and obsessed with his case is insufficient reason to justify a decision not to commit a defendant to trial".

"An order issued by any Judicial chair occupant who elects to ignore the evidence or acts in contempt of the evidence presented to the judicial chair occupant; amounts to a false instrument, which is abuse of office and leading to the imposition of costs attached to the false instrument" - House of Lords ruling - Elman -v- Myers 1940