Where a person had suffered prejudice to the extent of being wrongly convicted because of something counsel did at the trial, then flagrant incompetence had to be alleged. The court was not prepared to deal with the situation where all that was said was that counsel had erred.

CA (Crim Div) (McCowan LJ, Kay J, Judge Myerson QC)

12/06/1997

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