[2007] EWCA Crim 621

Interruptions made by a judge during a defendant's evidence in chief had been necessary in order to provide a jury with a clear summing up as the evidence had lasted a number of days and was of a complex nature. The interruptions had not been hostile towards the defendant and therefore had not created the impression that her evidence lacked credibility.

CA (Crim Div) (Hooper LJ, Stanley Burnton J, Judge Barker QC)


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