The old category structure used on this page is comprehensive as it contains every relevant case. The new database structure was introduced in 2019. It is more potentially useful than the old categorisation system: it includes all cases since January 2017, but only a minority of older cases: see Special:Drilldown/Cases. The pages below are initially ordered according to the dates on which they were added to the site (most recent first). The order can be changed by clicking on the symbol beside a column heading: click on the symbol beside "Page and summary" for alphabetical order; click beside "Categories" for the order in which the cases were reported. Click on the arrow symbol again to reverse the order. Click on a page name to view the relevant page. Asterisks mark those cases which have been added to the new database structure.
|Case and summary||Date added||Categories|
|* Life sentence or hospital order R v Fleming (1993) 14 Cr App R (S) 151 — Previous authority had established that where medical opinions are unanimous and a bed is available in a secure hospital a restricted hospital order should be made, but in this case the trial judge had imposed a hospital order. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal given the exceptional circumstances, in particular that the appellant had killed again having been discharged from an earlier hospital order.||2021‑06‑28 21:21:39||1992 cases, Cases, Judgment available on MHLO, Life sentence cases, Neutral citation unknown or not applicable, Pages using DynamicPageList3 parser function, Transcript
|D'Souza v DPP  UKHL 10 — Under s17(1)(d) PACE 1984 a constable may enter and search any premises for the purpose of recapturing a person who is unlawfully at large and whom he is pursuing: (1) a detained patient who absconds is "unlawfully at large"; (2) the pursuit must be almost contemporaneous with the entry into he premises.||2008‑10‑22 12:46:23||1992 cases, Brief summary, Judgment available on Bailii, Miscellaneous cases, Transcript
|Megyeri v Germany 13770/88  ECHR 49 — Importance of legal representation.||2008‑09‑12 17:04:43||1992 cases, ECHR, Judgment available on Bailii, No summary, Transcript