Criminal Law: Joint Enterprise Liability (post-Jogee)

August 3, 2023

The case of Jogee [2016] abolished joint enterprise liability in the law of England and Wales, clarifying that mere presence or association with the principal who committed a crime is not sufficient to establish criminal liability for others involved. There must be evidence of intention or foresight of the crime to hold a participant responsible for the criminal act.

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