[2013] EWHC 322 (Admin)

Adverse inferences were appropriately drawn from the silence of a young offender charged with robbery where the magistrates had been entitled to conclude that the only reason for that silence was because the evidence that he would have given would not have stood up to cross-examination.

DC (Laws LJ, Swift J)


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