[2002] UKPC 52

Where counsel for the appellants had failed to raise good character at trial, and although it appeared probable that the jury would still have convicted had a good character direction been given, it could not be said that that outcome would have been inevitable and therefore the appeal was allowed.

PC (Trin) (Lord Hoffmann, Lord Hope of Craighead, Lord Hutton, Lord Rodger, Sir Philip Otton)


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