[2005] EWCA Crim 382

In a trial for importation of Class A drugs, evidence of a firearm and ammunition found at the appellant's home during a search and evidence of a previous conviction for a similar drug offence were admissible in relation to the co-defendants even though the evidence would not have been admissible against the appellant if he had been tried alone. The judge had correctly summed up the matter, minimising any prejudice to the appellant.

CA (Crim Div) (Lord Woolf of Barnes LCJ, Davis J, Field J)


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