[2010] EWCA Crim 2936

A conviction for two murders was upheld where, although fresh DNA evidence had been obtained which meant that some evidence relied upon at trial could not stand, in light of the remaining evidence, no reasonable jury could have failed to conclude that the appellant was present at the time of the murders and the absence of evidence from him was significant in considering whether he was a party to those murders.

CA (Crim Div) (Toulson LJ, Langstaff J, Griffith Williams J)


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