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Crime 9

Robbery & Burglary

TermDefinition
S8 Theft Act 1968 Statutory definition of robbery
S9 Theft Act 1968 Statutory definition of burglary
Waters No robbery - no IPD of the phone
Corcoran v Anderton Robbery complete when bag snatched & dropped
Clouden Wrenching basket from V = force
P v DPP Snatching cigarette = not force
Hale Hand over V's mouth = during the theft
Dawson Push on shoulder = force
Lockley Beer shoplifter. Force used to escape - theft was still taking place
MR of Robbery MR of theft + intent to use force to steal
Brown Leaning through window = entry
Ryan Stuck in window could = entry!
B&S v Leathley Freezer container = building
Norfolk Constabulary v Seekings & Gould Lorry trailer = not building
Walkington Going behind counter = trespassing (also conditional intent)
Collins Ladder pervert not a trespasser!
Smith & Jones Stealing from father's house = trespasser
S9(1)(a) TA 1968 Trespassing with intent to steal/GBH/damage property
S9(1)(b) TA 1968 Trespassing and stealing/GBH or attempting to
S9(3) TA 1968 Definition of building
Created by: Mr Lovell