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PROSECUTION RIGHT OF APPEAL (NO.29 OF 2007) sub nom R v P(JM) (2007)

PUBLISHED December 14, 2007
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When considering whether there was a case to answer a judge should look at all circumstantial evidence in the round and ask whether, looking at all the evidence with appropriate care and scrutiny, there was a case on which a jury, properly directed, could convict.

CA (Crim Div) (Thomas LJ, Cox J, Judge Stephens QC)

14/12/2007

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