[2012] NICA 2

In considering an appeal against a conviction for murder and an application for a stay of the proceedings the court had to consider whether it had been appropriate to admit evidence of the defendant's other convictions, whether the judge had approached correctly the question of adverse inferences to be drawn from the defendant's failure to give evidence, and the evidential value of police interview evidence in place of sworn evidence from the defendant.

CA (Crim Div) (NI) (Morgan LCJ, Higgins LJ, Coghlin LJ)


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