Regina v. Ring, 17 Cox CC. 491, 66 L.T. (NS) 306 (1892), is a criminal case which held that if a pickpocket put his hand in a victim's pocket, but the pocket was empty, he was still guilty of attempted larceny, even though there was nothing to steal, so he was attempting an "impossible" crime.
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