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R V GRAHAM ROBERT NEARY (2002)

PUBLISHED July 10, 2002
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[2002] EWCA Crim 1736

Once a defendant had given evidence against a co-defendant a judge had no discretion to prevent the cross-examination of the defendant regarding his bad character. Foresight that death might result or foresight that serious injury might be inflicted was sufficient for a conviction of murder where the accused was party to a joint enterprise.

CA (Crim Div) (Kay LJ, Holland J, Andrew Smith J)

10/07/2002

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