[2011] EWCA Crim 916

In a retrial of several charges, evidence of an acquittal on one or more of the charges at the first trial should not be put before the second jury unless there was a clear inference that the first jury had rejected the testimony of a witness because it did not believe him, as opposed to thinking he might have been mistaken, and his credibility was directly in issue in the retrial.

CA (Crim Div) (Elias LJ, Mackay J, Hickinbottom J)


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