Flashcards in ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT - Case Law Deck (3)
R v CROOKS - Knowledge
R v CROOKS
Knowledge means actual knowledge or having no real doubt that the person assisted was a party to the relevant offence.
R v BRIGGS - wilful blindness
R v BRIGGS
Knowledge may also be inferred from wilful blindness or a deliberate abstention from making enquiries that would confirm the suspected truth.
R v MANE - completion of the offence.
R v MANE
To be considered an accessory the acts done by the person must be after the completion of the offence.