[2007] EWCA Crim 2331

Where an offender had pleaded guilty to an offence and had given evidence on behalf of a co-defendant, he had no right to invoke legal professional privilege to protect himself from further incrimination in foreign proceedings since the questions put to him in cross-examination were within the scope of his basis of plea and the compulsion to answer questions created no material increase to an existing risk of incrimination.

CA (Crim Div) (Moses LJ, Pitchers J, Treacy J)


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