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R V STEPHEN CHARLES COUNTER (2002)

PUBLISHED July 25, 2002
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To succeed on appeal on the grounds of inconsistent verdicts between different counts, an appellant had to show that there was no reasonable explanation for the difference in the verdicts and that they were so inconsistent as to demand interference by an appellate court.

CA (Crim Div) (Rose LJ, Colman J, Stanley Burnton J)

25/07/2002

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