[2005] EWCA Crim 686

A judge had a certain amount of discretion in deciding how to approach issues of identification of offenders, and although he had looked at weaknesses in evidence apart from giving a Turnbull direction, and had failed to give a Lucas direction where it was alleged that an offender had told a lie, the conviction would not be overturned.

CA (Crim Div) (Tuckey LJ, Leveson J, Sir Charles Mantell)

04/03/2005

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