[2004] EWHC 2779 (Admin)

The decision of the Criminal Cases Review Commission to refuse to refer a conviction for murder to the Court of Appeal where the defendant had been executed but later pardoned was lawful since the commission had neither erred in law or arrived at a conclusion that no reasonable authority correctly applying the law could have made.

DC (Collins J, Stanley Burnton J)

17/11/2004

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