dpp v smith 1961 ac 290 grievous bodily harm?Advertisement
DPP v Smith  AC 290 House of Lords A policeman tried to stop the defendant from driving off with stolen goods by jumping on to the bonnet of the car. - read more
- Asked by Depress712 and Answered by EdDenbrow. Grievous bodily harm is a term that comes from English criminal law, specifically in section 18 and 20 of the Offences against the Person Act 1861. Grievous bodily harm means "really serious bodily harm": DPP v Smith  AC 290, HL; R v. - read more
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