It was improper for a judge to intervene during a trial to ask questions which were not to clear up uncertainties or questions which may have been lurking in the jury's mind, but were testing and in the nature of a prosecution cross-examination going to the main critical point in a defendant's case.

CA (Crim Div) (Auld LJ, Forbes J, David Steel J)

04/02/1999

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