[2013] EWCA Crim 642

There were no grounds on which criminal proceedings should have been stayed as an abuse of process arising from the use of intrusive covert surveillance in a defendant's home. Tape recordings of incriminating conversations between the defendant and his family were lawful; there was no basis for suspecting any intentional or deliberate breach of legal privilege or that any of the surveillance officers responsible had acted otherwise than in good faith.

CA (Crim Div) (Lord Judge LCJ, Royce J, Globe J)


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