[2010] EWCA Crim 2818

The fact that a court's jury officer had socialised with a jury, and in particular two members of that jury with whom she was friendly and whom she had improperly selected for the jury pool, during the trial and the jury's deliberations did not make the appellant's conviction unsafe because there was no evidence that the jury officer had told her friends anything that they should not have heard or that she had selected them in order to prejudice the appellant.

CA (Crim Div) (Stanley Burnton LJ, King J, Nicol J)


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