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R v Steer [1988] 1 AC 111

The appellant had an argument with a former business partner and went round to his house armed with a gun. He rang the door bell and then fired shots through the windows and doors. He was convicted of aggravated criminal damage under s.1(2) Criminal Damage Act 1971.


His conviction under s.1(2) was quashed as the danger to life came from the gun and not the damage to the property.
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