There could be no legitimate criticism of the appellant's first solicitor who disclosed to the police what the appellant had told him in a threatening manner. Further, there was nothing to suggest that that solicitor, who did not represent the appellant at his trial, had any influence on the conduct of the appellant's defence.

[2005] EWCA Crim 1412

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