[2005] EWCA Crim 1986

A fair minded and informed observer would not conclude that there was a real possibility that a juror was biased merely because his occupation meant that he was involved in the administration of justice. The presence on separate juries of a serving police officer and an employee of the Crown Prosecution Service had not offended against principles of fairness and there were no individual circumstances to give rise to concerns of bias.

CA (Crim Div) (Lord Woolf of Barnes LCJ, Richards J, Henriques J)


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