- Ex turpi causa and criminal joint enterprise (Wallett (on her own behalf and on behalf of the dependants of Ian Hill (deceased)) v Vickers)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What was the background?
- What did the court decide?
Personal Injury analysis: What must a defendant do to rely on the doctrine of ex turpi causa in cases where criminal joint enterprise is argued? Tristan Hallam, partner in the clinical negligence and personal injury team at Penningtons Manches, considers the intricacies of the decision in Wallett (on her own behalf and on behalf of the dependants of Ian Hill (deceased)) v Vickers.
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