The Court of Appeal of Jersey had erred in setting aside a conviction by the Royal Court on the ground that it could not be supported by the evidence. Questions of credibility were a matter for the Jurats and it was not the function of the Court of Appeal to say that the evidence of the accused should have been accepted.

[2006] UKPC 14

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