Where cross-examination of one defendant about answers given by another defendant, in the absence of the first defendant, was done in such a way that admissible and inadmissible evidence was intertwined then it would have been impossible for the jury to apply the judge's warning not to use the inadmissible eDREEXDvidence against the first defendant.

CA (Civ Div) (Kennedy LJ, Brian Smedley J, Poole J)

15/02/1999

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