Mr Walker had
hit his girlfriend and the complaint by Ms Cadice Lecky. Mr Walker had been
arrested by the police, however on the arrival of the police Mr Walker got
arrested for assaulting the police officer.
had been released on bail after 7 hours on custody. On the custody book was
recorded as the appellant has been arrested for assault police officer. Without
getting Mr Walker arrested PC Adams had been restricted the movements of Mr
Walker in the doorway and it was found by the district judge. Therefore it held
that, on the ground of initial detention had been unlawful where as Mr Walker
acquitted the following prosecution case is closed.
years later Mr Walker’s solicitors wrote a letter of claim for the damages of
false imprisonment, assault and malicious prosecution to Country Court of
claim had been rejected by Honour Justice Freeland QC in Country Court of
Central London. The judge has been accepted the police evidence and rejected Mr
Walker’s evidence, due to Ms Buckmaster’s witnesses and the evidence are been
claims were rejected by Honour Justice Freeland QC due to,
1. The evidence of the police office, PC
Adams: when they arrived to the place where the incident occurred ” the
appellant’s girlfriend had told that Mr Walker had punched her”. When considering
the evidence of PC Adams on the issue of Mr Walker it was supported by both PC
Barton and PC Cracknell, and the witness of Ms Buckmaster.
2. Where Mr Walker in the doorway PC
Adam had been restricted the movements of Mr Walker in order to concern that
the appellant won’t escape from them. However PC Adams had told to the
appellant that ”calm down mate or you will end up getting arrested”. When considering PC Adams behaviour on Mr
Walker, PC Adams had been pushed Mr Walker in chest at the doorway and told to
Mr Walker has been arrested for ”Public Oder”. Although PC Adams couldn’t
complete the section which is must to say for any circumstances of any wrong
doing. However the judge preferred to the evidence of the police and Ms
Buckmaster and accepted that PC Adams has knew the section 5 of the ”Public
Order Act 1986” in the mind.