A judge who had decided that a defendant was of good character for the purposes of the trial had to confer on him the benefit of a good character direction. The failure to do so, in the circumstances, amounted to a fatal misdirection and the appellant's conviction was quashed.

[2006] EWCA Crim 1226

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