Arresting Moments in the Court of Appeal: R v Faraj.
I criticised the decision of the Court of Appeal in Faraj, and argued that the principle that a private citizen should be unwilling to fight should apply equally to defence of property as it does for self-defence, and that a private citizen should forfeit any power of arrest when he has entrapped the suspect into committing the suspected offence.
|Title:||Arresting Moments in the Court of Appeal: R v Faraj|
|Keywords:||defence of property, criteria for lawful arrest, prior fault|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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