Monthly Archives: October 2015

DoLS, floodgates, and judges who won’t play ball

Deprivation of Liberty seems to be an issue which is putting the doctrine of judicial precedent – where lower court judges have to follow the reasoning and decisions of higher court judges – under considerable strain.

Here, I document – mainly to collate the resources into one place – two recent instances of where the lower courts have been questioning the higher courts.

But actually, this is not new. Continue reading DoLS, floodgates, and judges who won’t play ball

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