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I'm afraid that citations won't reveal that.
All cases reveal is the point of appeal either against sentence of conviction.
Sometimes they talk about the charge obviously but the don't reveal details of the charging decision per se.
If you give me more information though then I may be able to help with what would or would not be a manslaughter.
I can see what I can find if you give me 30 mins.
See the attached.
Those were the only two I found on a search of the whole of west law of terms "murder" and "robbery" within that.
That is not to say there won't be loads of others but they just haven't been appealed.
I will try on bailii in the morning? Is that any good?
Bailii is useless but I found this Scottish authority on Westlaw.
Did you get it?
It is only persausive authority.
No but then there wouldn't be because people who are acquitted never appeal.
Do you have the citations?
I can't find cases without citations I'm afraid.
A search of westlaw for powell calls up 12000 plus cases. Even if I use a keyword of "murder" there are still 500 of them.
Sorry but it isn't just the name with cases.
Unless it is a really well know case.
Im very sorry but you cant find cases without citations.
I did try searching with keywords but it just doesn't call up one single case.