Summary Williams v. Carawadine Case

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Williams v. Carawadine

There was an offer of reward of 30 pounds to anyone who gave information leading to the conviction of murderers of a Walter carve. The plaintiff knew of the offer, believed that she did not have long to live and in order to ease her conscience, she gave a statement that led to conviction of the murderer and she was thus entitled to receive the reward. The most important thing is that she was aware of the offer. R v. Clarke is thus wrongly decided.

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