The CA allowed an appeal against a conviction for being knowingly concerned in the importation of cannabis because when a submission of no case to answer was made there was only a suspicion of involvement rather than prima facie evidence of knowledge. The judge had therefore erred in failing to direct an acquittal.

CA (Crim Div) (Potter LJ, Smith J, Judge Rhys Davies QC)

20/01/1998

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