[2013] EWCA Crim 607

The mere fact that restraining orders relating to two women convicted of assault had been quashed as counter-productive did not mean that, to abolish disparity, such orders should be quashed in the case of three men acquitted of assault relating to the same incident. If evidence in the victim's personal statements had been available at the women's appeal it was unlikely that their orders would have been quashed.

CA (Crim Div) (Laws LJ, Irwin J, Nicola Davies J)


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