It was not reasonable for a magistrates' court to stay criminal proceedings for non-disclosure by the prosecution, where the magistrates had failed to identify prejudice caused to the defendant and had failed to address their minds as to how such prejudice might be mitigated by the trial process.

[2005] EWHC 306 (Admin)

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