In an appeal against a conviction for attempted murder, whilst fresh evidence was adduced to show that the appellant was unbalanced at the time of the offence, it was concluded by the Court of Appeal that even if the jury had been made aware of two additional factors relating to circumstances surrounding the offence, their conclusions would have been no different. Accordingly, the appeal was dismissed.

CA (Crim Div) (Otton LJ, Hidden J, Sir Richard Tucker)

04/12/2000

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