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Johnson v DPP [1994] Crim LR 673 FACTS: Johnson, a squatter in a council house, damaged a door while attempting to fit locks in the house. Johnson was charged with criminal damage and raised the CDA 1971, s 5(2)(b) defence on the grounds that there had been a high number of thefts in the area, and that he had therefore acted to protect his property. HELD: The Queen's Bench Division upheld his conviction on the grounds that he did not believe his property was in immediate need of protection.
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