- Finding fault in aggravated vehicle-taking cases
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- What was the background to the case?
- What issues did the case raise?
- How did the court treat the issue as to whether there needs to be an element of fault and whether that needed to be more than de minimis?
- Are there still any grey areas for which practitioners will need to watch out?
- Is the test clear in these sorts of cases or is more direction needed?
- Are there any patterns emerging in the law in this area?
Personal Injury analysis: Is the offence of aggravated vehicle-taking committed when there is a fatal accident for which the vehicle taker was not at fault? Andrew McGee, barrister at 2 Bedford Row, examines the Supreme Court’s decision in R v Taylor.
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