[2011] EWCA Crim 1887

The case against the defendants, who had been charged with offences of dishonesty, illustrated the proposition that judges were not required to give Ghosh directions unless there was an issue as to whether the conduct in question might or might not be regarded as dishonest or whether there was room for the view that the defendant might not have appreciated that ordinary people would regard that conduct as dishonest.

CA (Crim Div) (Moses LJ, Burnett J, Spencer J)


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