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Dennis Kavanagh

Dennis Kavanagh

Dennis is a criminal barrister specialising in serious organised crime and money laundering offences, practising from Five St Andrew’s Hill. He writes about domestic and commonwealth criminal law and current affairs.

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The world post-Jogee

Dennis Kavanagh considers the Supreme Court’s judgment in Jogee – or the life and death of the doctrine of parasitic liability – and what it means for practitioners, the public and jurisprudence more generally

At para 11 of the judgment of the Supreme Court in R v Jogee [2016] UKSC 8, Lord Neuberger reflects that when it comes to joint enterprise criminality, ‘numbers often matter’.

21 March 2016
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