A jury had to consider any such adverse inference that they drew, alongside the evidence adduced at trial, which could include evidence adduced by the defence as well as the prosecution. Conviction could not rest on adverse inference alone.

CA (Crim Div) (Auld LJ, Wright J, Judge Mellor QC)

04/11/1999

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